Welcome to this interactive hacker simulator. Click the icons on the right to open the programs or press the numbers on your keyboard. Drag the windows with your mouse to organize them on your desktop.
There are some simple things you can do to keep from getting hacked. You don’t need to be a computer expert to take some of these simple steps that could save you time, frustration, and maybe even money.
Maybe you ignore those popups on your computer or phone telling you there is a new update available. Keep in mind that those updates are often security enhancements. When software developers learn that hackers have learned how to get into their software, they issue a more secure update. Be sure you are using the latest by accepting those invitations to update or turn on the auto-update feature when available.
You might think that you don’t need special software to keep your computer and information safe, but you do. Install anti-virus and anti-malware software from a reputable company, and again, be sure to keep it updated. Also, set it to scan your computer regularly to search for any new malicious programs.
Weak passwords make a hacker’s work easy. People often use passwords that are quickly figured out or based on the name of a pet or loved one that is easily found online. Be sure to choose something no one could guess and include upper and lower case letters, numbers, and at least one symbol. Never use the same password on more than one site. If someone gains access to your password on one site, they could access your other accounts.
Two-Factor Authentication is an amazing new security feature that too many people ignore. Many banks, email providers, and other websites allow you to enable this feature to keep unauthorized users out of your accounts. When you enter your username and password, the website sends a code to your phone or email account. You then enter that code to access the site. Most sites give you the option of “remembering” the computer you use every day. But if someone tries to access your account from another computer, a stolen password will not be enough for them to hack you.
Reputable companies will never ask you for a password via email. Family members will rarely ask for money to be wired to an unknown location. If an email sounds strange, there is a good chance it is malicious. Go ahead and delete it. If you are not sure, contact the sender directly via phone to check it out.
Many people dislike the inconvenience of needing to enter a pin-code or password to use their smartphone. But it is worth it. If you were to lose your phone, without a pin-code or password, the person who finds it could have access to your accounts, passwords, and even payment information.
The interactive programs can be opened with the icons on the right of your screen. Try to interact with these programs because most of them responds to your actions.
Play that you mine Bitcoins, watch the surveillance camera, crack passwords, control a nuclear power plant, break into the Interpol database or find the best secret deals!
Press the number buttons on your keyboard (0-9) to open the passive windows. These programs show a static or animated window on the center of your screen. You can drag them around with your mouse. Close them pressing the Space key.
Display "Access Denied" or "Permission Granted" warnings, start a self destruction countdown, play an animated neural network tracing or a Matrix code rain. Install a virus, download confidential data, trace a computer's location with satellites, and more!
Minimize or close all windows and start pressing random buttons on your keyboard to simulate that you're writing program. The hacker typer will add more than one character at once to the screen to make your writing look faster.
Open the "Remote Connection" program to simulating that you're hacking a top secret governmet server. This automated hacker typer will trigger server responses and will show various programs and warnings on the screen.
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Start typing random text on your keyboard to simulate that you're hacking a computer.
Discover the programs clicking the icons on the right or press the numbers on your keyboard to show various windows.
With this hacker simulator game we want to raise awareness for computer and internet security. Learn more about ethical white hat hacking here.