It looks like that in our times it's neat to be a hacker.
There is a lot of interest but at the same time a lot of misinformation and high expectations that are nowhere close to reality. One of them is that it is easy to be a Hacker and you just need some tips and tricks from other Hackers.
If you are a security researcher, for example, you will be constantly bombarded by such requests like:
– teach me how to hack
– I want to hack
– what should I do to start to hack
It is quite interesting that many of those aspiring hackers use their personal Facebook or Twitter profiles to ask for such tips.
Now, here comes the truth: being a hacker, a good one, it's a pretty damn tough.
That's why if you really want to go in that direction at least do it right.
This example shows a perfect illustration of Hacking done wrong.
@nullcoockies , a fisher of Phishers, easily traced from a fake Ransomware that pops up in your browser to it's Creator or pseudo Hacker.