One person’s paranoia is another one’s business.
A new website called Hacker’s List hooks up the suspicious, the vindictive and the flat-out immoral with those skilled at digitally breaking-and-entering. No need to learn code, if you’ve got a check book.
Call it Craigslist for hackers. If you want to snoop on someone digitally, the site can help find a hacker to do it for you. “This is the world we live in,” says Yahoo Finance editor in chief Aaron Task. “Hacking has gone beyond just what governments do to other governments and what hackers are doing against corporations,” he says.
In the wake of attacks at Sony, Home Depot, and Target, it's a scary new twist on hacking fears. A practice long in the shadows. . .
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