Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by kjart, Aug 2, 2012.
Is it possible to hire somebody to RAT a mac?
You mean to:
Execute shell commands (dependent on logged in user's privileges)
Shutdown, restart, or put computer to sleep
Display a message on the victim's computer
Create text files on the desktop
Prompt for admin credentials
We don't do that sort of thing in this forum. This forum is about making money, not stealing it.
"Black Hat" search engine optimization is customarily defined as techniques that are used to get higher search rankings in an unethical manner. These black hat SEO techniques usually include one or more of the following characteristics:
breaks search engine rules and regulations
creates a poor user experience directly because of the SEO techniques utilized on the Web site
unethically presents content in a different visual or non-visual way to search engine spiders and search engine users.
You steal money from advertisers and spam customers using a wide range of what is considered "unethical" techniques. Cheating everyone involved for your own personal gain.
This post which took a feigned moral high ground made me LOL. Especially as the OP didn't state why he needed a Mac ratted. And most people
looking to rat computers for actual fraud aren't going to target macs.
To OP; technically it's possible but I don't think there are any easily attainable rats available in the wild. You would need to contact a experienced programmer to have them
custom tailor one for you. Depending on how serious you are at having one. Or try one of the newer Java based rats. Any computer that runs java is a potential target.
Please take your request over to hackforums.net. Thank you.
I don't use this word much but you are a fudging idiot if you compare hacking to blackhat SEO.
Blackhatting is just bending the rules a bit, nobody gets hurt. It is not stealing either. Some will use fraudulent tactics but it really just hurts everybody. But, as with script kiddies it is hard to stop them.
You say I have a feigned moral high ground, that may be but I don't spend all my posts trying to find out how to hack people. The OP does.
I don't mind bending the rules a bit but what the OP wants to do affects the average Joe and I do look down on that, not sorry about it either. Ratting a box has legit purposes but the OP is clearly not trying to rat his own computer.
Also, you are totally incorrect about having a special piece of code crafted, it really isn't that hard to make a zero day exploit if you know how. In fact, it is already out there, in the wild.
I managed to find a working proggie within 10 minutes, the OP is still figuring out why he can't hack facebook...
Also, from a hackers perspective, I see no reason why not to attack a mac, most of those people have a false sense of security.
Anyways, end of popcorn, take care.
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