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Submitted: 07/31/2013
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#2 - anonymous (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm usually fairly rational but stuff like this makes me so angry

I also don't know what would be worse, if someone made this seriously;as an actual warning or if someone made it just to see how many shares they could get.
#10 - imonaboatman (08/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I love how people complain about the way google, facebook, and others "violate" their privacy. You gave them all of your personal information. If you don't want them to have it, delete your account and close the damn computer.
#47 - nicolascagelover (08/01/2013) [-]


<--mfw "My friend forgot to log out of his Facebook, so now I am hacking him."
#29 - kidwreckless ONLINE (08/01/2013) [+] (14 replies)
I find it funny how people on the internet get butthurt when the word &quot;hacker&quot; is used wrong. It has been played out to also mean that someone messed with their account on social networking and such. For example, look at the word &quot;busted&quot;. It means to be broken/damaged but it's also used as like a slang for being caught for doing something bad. You may think &quot;that's not the same thing hurr durr&quot; but it really is. Just a thought on something that slightly rustles my jimmies.   
   
   
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I find it funny how people on the internet get butthurt when the word "hacker" is used wrong. It has been played out to also mean that someone messed with their account on social networking and such. For example, look at the word "busted". It means to be broken/damaged but it's also used as like a slang for being caught for doing something bad. You may think "that's not the same thing hurr durr" but it really is. Just a thought on something that slightly rustles my jimmies.


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User avatar #31 to #29 - lyiat ONLINE (08/01/2013) [-]
No, it isn't the same thing. When something is 'busted', it is broken or damaged. If you are caught in the act of doing something wrong, you have been 'busted'. The act has been 'damaged or broken up'. The parallel works. Identify theft isn't hacking.
#1 - nwbballplayer (07/31/2013) [-]
....Seriously?
#28 - amuzen (08/01/2013) [+] (4 replies)
hacking doesn't mean some dude sitting at a computer typing in lines of code to unlock bank accounts and control spy cameras somewhere, it means taking advantage of a system to achieve results that system wasn't initially intended for, just because a hack is simple doesn't mean it's not a hack.
User avatar #26 - srskate (08/01/2013) [-]
Depending on where the go from there, they can very well hack all they like.

Many people seem to forget the social engineering aspect of hacking.
#42 - ShaunG (08/01/2013) [-]
mfw OP is now informed of social hacking (aka social engineering).
mfw OP is now informed of social hacking (aka social engineering).
#37 - mechagodzilla (08/01/2013) [-]
juses and they still have to use stupid vintage filters for that?
juses and they still have to use stupid vintage filters for that?
User avatar #25 - mrcowll (08/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Well if you assume that this is an older person then they call everything that is negative and relates to technology "hacking." I remember when I chopped up an old VCR with an axe and my mom called it "hacking."
User avatar #27 to #25 - dosburritos (08/01/2013) [-]
but you did hack away at it
#24 - satanlovesyouall (08/01/2013) [-]
I don't post on facebook anyway.. Somebody might as well do it.
User avatar #54 - doctorwhooves (08/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
technically social engineering is one of the first tools of hackers.

proper hackers don't even need a computer or fancy scripts to get into your **** . they might just stalk you at a bar, get you drunk, and ask you pertinent questions that seem benign until they learn your mothers maiden name, your dog, the street you were born on, and what town you grew up in.

have fun distrusting anyone you ever meet.
#51 - willindor ONLINE (08/01/2013) [-]
MFW Facebook "hackers".
User avatar #46 - cloudshadowevil (08/01/2013) [-]
i knew this douchbag old friend that isnt really a friend, but when ever he downloads a crack for a software via torrents he would tell the other guys in the neighborhood that he "Hacked it".
#23 - anonymous (08/01/2013) [-]
Me? Friends? Facebook? Hahahahahha good one
#22 - Jeff C (08/01/2013) [-]
Friendship demand
#16 - anonymous (08/01/2013) [+] (7 replies)
This IS a form of hacking called social engineering. Ya'll need to stop mythologizing hackers. Hacking doesn't automatically mean coding up advanced backdoors into hyper-secure computer systems.
User avatar #4 - ratchetmiles (08/01/2013) [+] (4 replies)
TFW I have an alias on Facebook. (Ratchet Miles)
TFW Ratchet is a swaggot term.
TFW no one wants to impersonate a brony.
#11 to #4 - drunklmexi (08/01/2013) [-]
Rachet get the 						****					 off funnyjunk and back on the FJBJ chat and complain about windows already.
Rachet get the **** off funnyjunk and back on the FJBJ chat and complain about windows already.
#5 - anonymous (08/01/2013) [-]
Would people not realize they're getting a second friend request from someone still on their friend's list, from a profile that looks like the other one?
User avatar #3 - KayRed (08/01/2013) [-]
While hackers is a strong word, that is actually a serious problem, but the scam isn't directed at you, but your friends...so why worry?
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