hello my ladies, I have as you can see, several controversial topics on my mind lately, and they are all very relevant. I am eagerly interested in having your opinions on these!
Crime in the Past
if you look at the past in regards to crime, you'll notice that they all have something in common. They were all conducted physically, which means going in and out of a bank undetected is near to impossible, because you have to actually yourself go in there. Doing something as risky as this, obviously is close to impossible if you ask me, and not even worth trying.
Think about it. The odds are against you, and the probability of you leaving something behind for forensics to pick up is significantly high. A piece of clothing, a hair, maybe even an item you used to break into the building. I mean after all, you're in a rush right, and they'll likely open fire on you which means you might not be able to get that glove you unfortunately left behind.
What im trying to say here is that, its so rare you'll here about a crime incident like this, where it's actually pulled off. Not necessarily with bank robberies, but just in general > physical crimes.
Hacking & The Future
This is where I get to my point. I truly believe hacking is first and foremost the future of war as many of you might agree also. However, I also think that hacking is the only skill set which can make it possible for you to commit a crazy crime and get away with it
Think about it. We've seen it before numerous times, and we'll see it again. Many of which have been caught, Sabu, Jeremy hammond, Anonymous etc. And some which are still out there in the wild, FinFisher, OriginalGuy.
What you'll essentially need is a profouind knowledge of networking and social-engineering along with coding capabilities. With these three alone you already stand a really good chance of penetrrating a system and getting out without being caught, because you can
- Remain anonymous with your understanding of netowrking.
- You can create your own exploits with your comprehensive understanding of software & coding
- You know who is trying to catch you w/ social-engineering, because you yourself are familiar with the workings of it.
Anything beyond this point, like familiarity with forensics investigation, usage of linux etc will increase the chances even more. And its not uncommon to find individuals in this industry with broad skill sets in all of these areas. I think its astounding that we're living in a youth where there's a type of transition taking place, where we'll be encountering a whole other world of crime, because it's a game of cat and mouse, and right now I think there are a lot of mice loose.