Hacking an individual is quite a different matter, and John warned me that the attempt may be unsuccessful.
Apart from anything else, I knew that it was coming, so would inevitably be more cautious than usual about opening suspicious emails.
He also explained that most hackers would 'spread their bets' and target large numbers of people in one go, rather than just one, to increase their chances of success. On 24 July I signed a waiver stating that the ethical hacking would be carried out at my own risk and that I would be solely responsible for any damage. I went about my life as normal, and John and his team of ethical hackers at Trustwave 'Spider Labs' began scraping the internet for every piece of information they could about me.
This meant identifying every social networking account, every email account and every online service I had ever signed up to.
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