Yesterday I couldn’t type my blog. I spent almost half a day trying to get my computer to work, but I got nothing. Nada. I didn’t want to get stressed, so I turned it off for the day. I found out the password the hackers use (Badass), and they really got angry. I could tell. They kept turning my computer off. I tried the same password today, and it’s been changed. It’s nice for a change to get to dump on the idiots. I wonder how it felt to have someone do that to them. I won’t tell you how I found out their password. It wasn’t through one of those sites that help you find someone’s password.
Anyway, I’m able to get on today. I don’t know how long I’ll last, maybe they’ll knock me off again, but I won’t give up trying to write my blog. So far, I’ve been lucky, somehow, I’m always able to work myself around the computer and find my way to getting on. Not only that, but I’m really learning how to fix a computer. There are pros and cons to everything, and having my computer hacked, has really taught me a lot of the inner workings of a computer.
I told you before that the hackers get on through your internet access, but now I’ve learned that they also get on through your Internet Explorer, Firefox, or whatever browser you use to get on your computer. And the spyware that you use to keep viruses from getting into your computer, they’re totally useless. I don’t depend on them anymore to keep me safe, because none of them works. The hackers also get into your spyware and change settings and add viruses while doing it. So, basically, forget about your computer as a safe place. Unless you’re a computer nerd and can protect your computer in every way possible, your computer is as open as your front door. The computer companies really have a long way to go before any of us can consider our computers safe.
- 6 Password Protection Lessons Learned from the Sony Hacker Attack (savings.com
- Kill The Password (wired.com)
- 9 tips to choose passwords that keep hackers away (gadgets.ndtv.com)