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GarethIllmann-Walker
This utter crap is being distributed through schools from the 'local authority' so presume today. The level of disinformation is staggering. I'd be proud to find my kids learning to use any of these. Except Discord but that's nothing to do with hacking.
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Kali Linux Feb 12
Replying to @G_IW @WalsallCouncil
Have to admit it’s sort of nice they give kids a roadmap on where to get started. We all know the easiest way to get a kid to do something is to tell them they can’t or should not, then they list specific item not to do. To bad they did not link to
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🍎.py Feb 12
Icing on the cake would be that had an official discord 🥳
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Kevin Beaumont Feb 13
Replying to @G_IW @WalsallCouncil
This is silly, we all know the real way to spot if your child is a hacker is if they have two email addresses.
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purpl3f0x Feb 13
This list makes me so angry I have no words, someone please tell me that "liverpooleecho" is the UK version of "The Onion"
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Jon Apgar Feb 12
Also look out for black hoodies and EDM.
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Luke ❼ Feb 12
It's all about the lofi hiphop nowadays, get with it boomer
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Dave Feb 12
Replying to @G_IW @WalsallCouncil
I suppose that’s one way to solve the cyber skills shortage.
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Dave Feb 12
Replying to @G_IW @WalsallCouncil
Piffle, Wireshark is not even on the list. ‘Hey kids, wanna buy some pcap’s?’
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David Banks Feb 13
Replying to @G_IW @WalsallCouncil
I cannot believe they failed to include the most obvious sign that a kid is a hacker - does your kid dress like this?
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Laura 💜 Feb 13
yes,,, my child,,, has no face,,, please help mr fbi
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