You may be shocked and dismayed to learn that the swinger site Adult Friend Finder was hacked, exposing the secrets of 3.5 million
And the hacker isn’t one bit sorry.
“This woman’s life is turned upside down” said the CNN reporter to the young hacker, attempting to shame him into some sort of contrition.
“Just WHY?” she asks.
“I was in a bad place, just out of rehab…” replies the hacker.
Sweet Jesus, the irony.
Cheaters, hey, the hacker had FOO issues. He was in a bad place. That’s why he had to expose the kinky details of your double life to all and sundry. You like big, black cocks, and you’re free this Thursday? Hey, if you reframe this, he was doing you a service, putting that message out there. The hacker really fails to understand your hostility. Can’t you be happy for him? It gave him a rush, he says! Hacking is really just about the desire to feel more alive.
Empathize with your hacker. Haven’t you ever felt the desire to crack the code of guarded databases? One night you have one drink too many, next you’re writing algorithms to unlock passwords. It could happen to anyone. It was a mistake. Get over it!
Ask yourself what you did to compromise your personal information that caused this hacker to hack.
I think you need to own your part in this.