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You Tube’s one of the places where you can find them right away,’” Benson recalls.

is a community of mostly innocent how-tos — lessons on everything from poaching an egg to house-training a goat.

But there’s also a strain of videos that teaches users basic, unsophisticated hacking.

RAT victims are sometimes touted as trophies that legitimize and distinguish hackers from the masses.“I’m interested in this girl, and I want to get in her computer and watch her on webcam because I’m a crazy, criminal nut, right? Nigam used to work for the Department of Justice, where he specialized in computer crime, but now he runs a cybersecurity agency called SSP Blue, which consults with government bodies and businesses worldwide.

Those of us in our thirties, and older, will remember how much it used to cost to buy something that could make video.

And of course, those same people remember how hard it was to handle, edit and share that video.

Xerox’s core business has long focused on developing technologies that help office workers print, scan, copy and manipulate documents.

But the company’s research labs, including PARC, have long been experimenting with using those technologies for other purposes.

Videos also show how to steal batches of credit card information and use it to purchase goods — how to produce counterfeit documents, synthesize drugs, and solicit prostitutes without being noticed by police.

“There’s no question that You Tube kind of owns the market in the how-to space,” Nigam says.

Some of its videos speak in exclusive slang, such as “FFN” — code for Social Security numbers — or “fullz,” meaning the “full” identification of a victim, such as a street address, name, date of birth, and Social Security number.

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