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The Ethical Hacker's Guide to Avoiding Jail Time
Just because you're an ethical hacker doesn't mean you can't get in trouble with the law. In this guide, we'll cover everything from proper documentation to the best excuses to use when you get caught.
Why Hackers Love Coffee
Coffee is a hacker's best friend. It's a stimulant that keeps them going for long hours and helps them stay focused. Plus, who needs sleep when you can just hack all night?
The Hacker's Diet: How to Stay Healthy While Hacking
Sitting in front of a computer for hours on end can take a toll on your health. But fear not! The hacker's diet includes plenty of energy drinks, pizza, and candy to keep you going. Just make sure to take breaks every once in a while to stretch your legs.
The Art of Social Engineering: How to Trick Your Friends into Giving You Their Passwords
Who needs brute force attacks when you can just sweet-talk your way into getting someone's password? In this post, we'll explore the art of social engineering and how you can use it to your advantage (but please, use your powers for good!).
The Hacker's Guide to Stress Management
Hacking can be a stressful job. That's why it's important to take care of yourself! In this guide, we'll cover everything from meditation to playing video games to help you manage your stress levels.
The Five Stages of Hacking: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance
Hacking can be an emotional rollercoaster. In this post, we'll explore the five stages of hacking and how to cope with each one. Just remember, it's all part of the process!
The Ethics of Hacking: Is It Okay to Hack Your Boss?
We've all had that one boss we'd love to hack. But is it ethical? In this post, we'll explore the moral implications of hacking your boss and whether it's worth the risk (spoiler alert: it's probably not).