Black Hat Hacker Survey
Hackers support data privacy but are
still willing to crack your passwords for a price.
Black Hat Hacker Survey Report
Thycotic’s survey of hacker attendees at Black Hat 2016 in Las Vegas shows overwhelming support for data privacy among respondents. Yet, in a seeming contradiction of their own beliefs, nearly half said they would be willing to hack your password for a fee if asked by the FBI.
Read the full report to learn:
- How hackers feel about data privacy and FBI cracking into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone in March of 2016
- How much hackers would demand to be paid to hack your phone for the FBI
- The top systems hackers say you should protect now
Bottom line: more than 77% of Black Hat survey hackers believe no password is safe from hackers, or the government for that matter.
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