Saturday, 14 October 2017

5 Most Dangerous Hackers On Earth Ever

In today’s advanced digital age, nobody knows how to store data on a piece of paper. Every aspect of our lives, important or not so important, is saved on a computer. This computer, in turn, is connected with every other computer on the planet through a complex web of networks. Security of our data on the computer is always been a raging debate with many a people trying to steal data by hacking into systems.

Hackers have existed for as long as computers themselves, whose core fundamental is to find a loophole in the computer system and exploit it to their benefit. The ultimate loser is us, the user, where our hard-earned money, passwords or personal data is extremely vulnerable. Not all hackers are bad though, some are good and try to protect us where as some are not so kind.

Most Dangerous Hackers

This list, lists down the top 10 hackers of all time who have caused the maximum amount of damage to our personal data and have raised big question marks with regards to internet and computer security.
1. Jonathan James

jonathan James has been credited with being the first juvenile to be incarcerated for cybercime in the United States. He was aged 16, when charged with hacking into the computer systems of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, a division of the Department of Defense. He installed a backdoor into the DTRA server that allowed him access to all forms of communication in and out of the computer system and numerous usernames and passwords. He also hacked in the NASA systems and stole softwares that controlled essential life sustaining equipment on-board space ships.
James was later traced and arrested but since he was a minor, faced six months of house arrest, probation till he turned 18, made to apologise to all the departments that he hacked into and was banned from using a computer for recreational use.
In 2007, when the departmental store, TJX reported a hack into their computer system and a compromise of  sensitive customer information, the Secret Service include Jonthan’s name in the list of those believed to be a part of the act. Although no evidence was found against Jonathan, he was still not dropped from the list of suspects which led him to ultimately kill himself in 2008. His suicide is believed to be caused due to tall the mental pressure he was being made to undertake for a crime he believed he was never involved in.
2. Kevin ‘Dark Dante’ Poulsen

Kevin Poulsen has two attributes that make him stand out from the rest of the hackers. He was the first American who was made to serve an internet and computer ban after being released from prison and was had gained a specialty in hacking only through telephone lines. He first gained attention when he hacked into an L.A. radio network so that he could be the 102nd caller and would win a new Porsche. He had also reactivated all old Yellow Page escort service phone numbers so that his friend could operate a virtual escort service. When his name once came up in a TV show called Unsolved Mysteries, the 1-800 numbers of the TV station mysteriously crashed.
After being released from Prison, Kevin decided to put away his past and instead became a journalist. He is currently the senior editor for Wired News and his most notable article is where he managed to obtain a list of sex offenders from MySpace. His article led to one arrest.
3. Nashon Even-Chaim

Also known as Phoenix, Nashon Even-Chaim is known to be one of the most skilled and arrogant hackers within a group of hackers called ‘The Realm’ which was based out of Melbourne, Australia. Nashon’s investigation was centered around undercover police investigation and informants due to an undeveloped cybercrime wing within Australia in the 1980’s. His arrest was the first in the world where remote data intercept was used in order to gain evidence for a computer crime prosecution.
Nashon’s prime targets during his active years was the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, University of California, Berkley, NASA, Execucom, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Purdue University. After release, Nashon is now chasing a career of music and declines to interact with the press and media.
4. Adrian Lamo

Adrian Lamo
Many hackers do what they do to earn money and fame and are hence known as ‘Black Hat’ hackers where as those who do it to improve internet security and to prevent the Black Hats from entering are called ‘White Hat’ hackers. Adrian Lamo, on the other hand, has been known as a ‘Grey Hat’ hacker since he has done work for either side.
He first gained attention when he managed to hack into the systems of many high-profile companies such as Yahoo, Microsoft, The New York Times and many others. When Lamo was arrested for breaking into their systems unauthorized, he claimed that he has done these companies a favor by highlighting the loopholes in their system and has actually saved them a lot of money. Lamo serving a 6-month detention term and was made to paid $65,000 in fine for his acts.
In 2009, Lamo once again came in the news for his alleged role in Wikileaks and his role in helping donate sensitive material to the website. Lamo later uncovered the role of a U.S. Soldier PFC Bradley Manning who has been misusing his role to collect classified data and selling it to Wikileaks. Adrian has claimed he has done so because many lives were in danger since Manning was active on-duty when he did this. Lamo has ever since been keeping a low profile and fears for his life after the Manning episode.
5. Kevin Mitnick

We often watch movies showing hackers doing insane things on their computers, law enforcement agencies chasing them down and the news media covering every bit of it. Kevin Mitnick’s story is quite similar to any Hollywood Hacking Movie. At the time of his arrest, he was the most wanted person in relation to computer crimes.
His first brush with hacking came about when he learnt the concept of social engineering and learnt of a system to bypass the punch card system on the L.A. bus. At the age of 16, he hacked into various computer systems and copying softwars, an allegation for which he was charged 9 years later in 1988. Having made to serve twelve months in prison and three years of supervised release, Mitnick continued to hack into various systems for which fresh charges were framed against him. Mitnick fled and was on the run for more than two and a half years using cloned cell phones to hide his location. Mitnick was finally arrested in 1995 and sent to prison for 4 years in 1999.
Mitnick’s conviction gained a lot of media coverage and controversies. His prison term was in solitary confinement after the judge was convinced that Mitnick can start a nuclear war simply by whistling into a telephone system to activate NORAD’s codes. His conviction has also been blamed by over-exaggeration by the media on his capabilities and misinformation of what computers are capable of doing.
After release, Mitnick now runs an IT security company called Mitnick Security Consulting LLC that helps companies prevent hackers from infiltrating their system. He is also an advisory member and on the board for many IT and security companies.

Top 5 Richest Youtuber in the world of 2017

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1.  PewDiePie (The Richest YouTuber, Remains #1 In 2017)


wedish-born Felix Kjellberg—a.k.a. PewDiePie—has garnered much attention for being the world's richest YouTuber. Kjellberg's gaming channel features primarily Let's Play YouTube videos and boasts over 44 million subscribers worldwide. In addition to being a prominent gamer, Kjellberg is also a spokesperson for YouTube (he appears on many of the company's billboards) and recently broke into the mainstream byappearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. His salary is reported to be about $12 million annually.
Recently, with the launch of YouTube Red (YouTube's subscription service), PewDiePie polled his Twitter audience to see just how many of his millennial audiences use ad blockers—see his poll finds here.
UPDATE -- PewDiePie's subscriber count is now over 54 million and his annual income is estimated at $15 million. 
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2. Roman Atwood (Formerly #9)

Starring in the prank movie Natural Born Pranksters, which was released on April Fool's Day, Roman Atwood both directed and starred in (along with other notable YouTube pranksters VitalyzdTV and Dennis Roady) the well-received feature film. An Ohio native, Atwood frequently features his family and friends in many of his pranks. His recent sponsored video with Nissan resulted in a Streamy Award win in 2015.
UPDATE -- Roman Atwood also saw massive gains across his channels between 2015 and 2017. He went from earning $2.5 million in 2015 to $8 million, making him the second highest paid YouTuber.
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3. Lilly Singh (Formerly #8)

Hailing from Toronto, Canadian YouTuber Lilly Singh rose to mainstream prominence with her ethnically-themed parody videos. In 2015, Singh (better known as "IISuperwomanII") embarked on her global tour, entitledA Trip To Unicorn Island, and subsequently released a documentary of her experience on YouTube Red. Singh has won multiple awards for her work, including MTV's 2014 Fandom Award "Social Superstar Of The Year" and a 2015 Streamy Award for "Best First Person."

UPDATE -- Lilly Singh saw huge gains across her social channels between 2015 and 2017, but perhaps the most significant boost was in estimated earnings, which jumped from $2.5 million in 2015 to $7.5 million in 2017, making her the third highest paid YouTuber.
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4. Smosh (Formerly #2)

Comedy duo Smosh consists of Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox. The two create parody and satire videos for YouTube, and their sketch-based comedy sensibility clearly strikes a chord with a large audience—their channel has garnered 22 million subscribers to date. Padilla and Hecox were among the first YouTube celebrities to earn wax statues at Madame Tussaud'sand have consistently been named as two of the mostpopular celebrities with teen audiences in polls. Recently, the two announced that they would head up a new YouTube series. With annual earnings of $8.5 million, they tie for second place among the top 10 richest YouTubers.
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5. Rosanna Pansino (Formerly #10)

in the spirit of YouTube DIYs, how-to's, and video tutorials, self-taught cook Rosanna Pansino recently published her first cookbook, The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook: Sweet Treats For The Geek In All Of Us (based on her popular YouTube series by the same name). Inspired by her grandmother, Pansino began her YouTube career by sharing recipes, tips, and tricks on baking themed treats (as exemplified in her Frozen-themed baking video above).

UPDATE -- Jumping up from #10 in 2015, Rosanna Pansino saw major boosts during 2016

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and finally if we will taking about lower YouTube in the world
# Upendra arya
 he's from India in uttar Pradesh he have a YouTube channel in which more contain we should we support him
that boy is 19 year old and he's waste
their time on YouTube he are thinking he will grow on YouTube one a day
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