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When Will Hackers Become the Commodity They Deserve To Be?
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I have always pondered, a hacker is supposed to be able to either breach or protect a system, or both. Now when we think of system, we think computers. When we think of computers, we think of networks. These are the important spokes in the wheels that turn so that modern society may run smoothly. They assist in holding up the economic, military, government, and societal infrastructure. And as we head deeper into a more digitized society, we begin to see that from this blooming orchid that is technological evolution, sharp thorns spring from its stem. 

Within this supposed self technological Eden, there would likely be two-maybe-three times the amount of "hackers" than what we see today. (Hackers in quotations as the name could change, depending on various circumstances.)  This could mean, and this is still arguably hypothetical, that due to specific circumstances these individuals could be more "Contract Hackers" than say "Company Contracted Pentesters." 

(Furthermore, these individuals would be coming from the Millennial generation, now factor that in.)

Food for thought. 
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There are very little company contracted pentesters. Arguably it could be considered a security risk to have contracted pentesters.

Whether well know names like facebook, or your local independent business, most would use the process of responsible disclosure in an effort to strengthen their security - effectively calling on the services of hackers all around the world with the reward of a bug bounty for those hackers who have identified vulnerabilities.
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