>>13216>Nah, it was few weeks ago
This seems like a strange time to mention it, then.>And yea, he cracked into someones gmail and was going malicious stuff but didn't explicitly said it was him.
It may have been deleted for violating a rule, but it's too far in the past to particularly inspect now.>Seems like hypocrisy to me tbh
That doesn't seem warranted.
Considering that distributing tools is allowed on /sec/, I don't see a reason why cracking isn't a valid /sec/ topic. Remember to be smart when discussing potentially illegal activities. Remember to follow the rules. A good way to do this is, as an example, rather than posting "I stole all of this guy's emails; give me advice on how to find things to blackmail with." is to instead use "Let's say I had an email archive, how would you search that for a general topic?" and like things.