why some people hack someone's email-id's ?
plz answer me why someone hack email-id's
I just wrote a hub on cracking and my next will be on explaining hacking.
The cracking one won't answer you question, but the later hacking one will.
To answer it right now. Think about how you sign up to everything on the internet. Everything that your a part of on the web has a password. All those passwords are tied to your email that you signed up with. If someone takes over the email they can get into anything you have on the internet, just by going to different websites and clicking those "forgot password?" links.
Email accounts contains a lot of sensitive information, and by obtaining that information, a hacker will be able to have power over your resources and your personal details. This will enable him/her to perform identity theft, and even steal money from your online bank.
I hope that explains why someone hacks emails.
PS: most importantly is to obtain information, and email addresses are rich with information
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