Hacking-as-a-Service (HaaS) is fast becoming a business enterprise driven by consumer demand, as well as a competitive development of quality goods and services.
The professionalization of this marketplace supports much of the hostile activity being observed on the Internet. These underground repositories are competitive, offering products of varying price points and capability for the consumer.
Perhaps more disconcerting is the fact that this type of model allows actors with no discernible hacking skills to purchase the capability, thereby enabling any individual to become a hacker, if the price is right.
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