How To Hack Like A GHOST A Detailed Account Of ...
First thing they will do is create an alias for everything they have. Smart ghost hackers will only use on alias once, and never re-use it. So if one have 24 accounts, he will have 24 different aliases. Yes sounds a bit over the top, but some hackers do this to achieve maximum anonymity. Bare in mind this is only if you are in the small group of level 1000 paranoia.
Next up is passwords. Again, the smart ones will only use one password for each account, and never re-use it. This way you again exclude the possibility of one being able to link two accounts together. Again a paranoia measure you can choose to do if you are paranoid like that. I dont judge.
Next up is the way you speak. This is the most crucial step when becoming a ghost hacker, because you can determine a lot by the way one types, and with 2016 now being here, we have very smart people being able to determine various things out from just how one types and or speaks, therefore this is very important you understand this step. I'll elaborate.
As I have also mentioned earlier, ghost hackers never stays one place for too long, and a perfect example of such scenario is if danger has occured. By 'discarding' your alias, you never log onto it again and never talk to the people you knew under that alias on a different alias, otherwise they'll be suspicious.
Well written, TypoGuy. But I'd like to say that having different passwords for each account isn't a paranoia measure. I think it should be a standard that everyone retains a distinct password for everything if privacy is in some way a concern.
I concur with you in that it is difficult to maintain the appropriate behaviour across the board. You will often make mistakes, and that's fine. Learning from them is how you truly gain the experience to evolve into a ghost hacker.
Why 3 at once? Because I have indeed read all 3 of them, and they share a common author, Kevin Mitnick. The hacker with a life story right out of a Hollywood movie. Don't believe me? Believe him, by reading the first book Ghost in the Wires, the Adventures of Kevin Mitnick as the World's Most Wanted Hacker! This book is amazing! First of all, it is an amazing story, which by being real it becomes even more chilling, staggering, and breathtaking! I remember how I had a more rebellious spirit awakened in me just by reading the, more than one, catch me if you can real stories that this book contains. Whenever I see the sentence "A Great Hacking Book" this one comes to mind. Not penetration testing, not information security, pure old classic Hacking!Damn Kevin. Tying up the phone line again. They're all alike. ?
Personally, this book series taught me how to hack and how to think like a hacker. Not that the other books in the list can't teach you that, it's just that the first hacking book I ever bought was The Hackers Playbook.
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