Monday, October 21, 2013


Los Angeles, October 22, 2013 - International cyber security company Hi-Tech Crime Solutions and the parent company of releases is stats on the number of consumers, athletes, companies even politicians that are turning to Hacker For Hire services.


There are a lot of articles and stats that talk about big corporations and government facilities being hacked, but there are not to many major security companies talking about the million of victims of everyday cyber crime.   “Who do you turn to if your email, facebook or your corporate or even personal computer was hack,” says Gregory Evans the Founder of  “You can not call IBM, Symantec, Dell Secureworks or any other security company if you are being blackmailed or cyber extorted and you have 90 minutes to send $20,000 via Western Union or pictures or videos will be emailed to your family, friends or your co-workers.  Hacker For Hire services like ours handle situations like this everyday,” says Evans.

“In February of this year was contacted by a very wealthy family in South American, because their daughter was kidnap and the kidnapers was only communicating via Skype, thinking that they could not be traced.  We were able to login to the clients Skype account, and ask the kidnappers to send over a picture of Proof Of Life via Skype. When we responded with a picture of the ransom money we were able to obtain their IP address of their computer as they  were downloading the picture.  Once we had the IP address we were able to hack into their computer within 5 hours and identify the kidnappers by some of the files they had on their computer,” says Don H. the head case worker for

We have seen an increase in extortion, revenge porn, mug shot removals and couples looking for evidence of their spouse cheating.  “Hacking services have turned into the modern day private investigation services,” says Evans.  There are more and more extortion websites like,,, and other like them that allow anyone to post pictures or say anything about a person or company, then the site will charge fee to take down the information or some will not charge anything because they make all their money via banner ads. When things like this happen you can not call your average computer security company or IT team.  Hacker For Hire services has become a necessary evil.

Dealing with Hacker For Services can be tricky because they are all different.  There are lot of Hacker For Hire service that have a fancy website and claim to do everything that you see a hacker perform in the movies, which is fare from the truth. One hacking service called started a website called to give themselves great reviews in order to generate more traffic to their website at the same time trying to discredit the compention “When a person who hires a hacker, try’s to stay anonymous so why would they go to website to write a review so the entire world knows you hired a hacker? Every one of the reviews are fake. How can you verify if the review is real or not” says Evans.“

What makes services unique is that it is not about hacking it is about relationships.   We have established relationships with the top email providers, social media websites, even website that allow anyone to post on their site anonymously. When we need something taken down, we can just make a phone call in most cases.

Hi-Tech Crime Solutions is the worlds largest professional Hacker For Hire service with more than 10 websites that Hi-Tech Crime Solutions has inquired over the last 10 years, which includes it’s flagship and  We keep track of the type of services that are being requested and the industry of the people requesting presides.

The following stats are for 3rd quarter of 2013.

Top 12 Clients

1. Athletes - 17
2. Actors/Actresses - 48
3. Politicians (USA & Foreign)- 11
4. Husbands- 92
5. Wives - 135
6. Parents - 77
7. Boyfriends - 72
8. Girlfriends - 93
9. Corporations - 333
10. Small Business - 180
11. Consumers - 300
12. Students - 53

Top 10 Requests For Service

1. Link Removal - 478
2. Mug shots Removal - 233
3. Social Media Hacks - 102
4. Spyware on Spouse Boyfriend/Girlfriend - 289
5. Grade Changes - 53
6. Cyber Extortion - 330
7. Cyber Blackmail - 141
8. Track stolen computer/cell phone/tablet - 76
9. Track a hacker - 77
10. Bug tracking Devices - 34

We have notice that more couples are hiring hackers before going to their divorce attorney. We found a lot of banks and ForEx traders out of Cypress have been extorted by websites out of the Ukraine.  We have 45% of our business coming from Europe.   Only between April and June do we receive inquires about grades being changed.  In fact every request are on the college level, not middle or high school level.

These stats may or may not represent cases that we may have handled but what customers are requesting.

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Monday, March 4, 2013

Computer Security Mogul Gregory D. Evans Receives Humanitarian Award for 2nd Time

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - December 16, 2010) - Cyber Security Expert and Founder of (PINKSHEETSSPFM), Gregory D. Evans, has recently received National Sales Network's 2010 1st Humanitarian Award for his continuing involvement within the community. Evans was honored as an outstanding Humanitarian and recognized as an industry leader who positively impacted the lives of others.
"I am truly honored and humbled to receive the 2010 National Sales Network Humanitarian Award," commented Cyber Security Expert, Gregory Evans. "It is very important for people to understand that I give back to the community, not for recognition, but because it needs to be done. In 2002 I received the NACCP Humanitarian Award. I'm proud I can continue to bless others and hope other business owners take lead."
Mecca Moore, President of National Sales Network, Atlanta Chapter, stated, "The National Sales Network selected Mr. Evans for the 1st Humanitarian Award for his charitable support of the organization and his contributions to the community."
As a community benefactor, Evans realizes he has overcome the obstacles that block many others from similar accomplishments. He is very much aware of his power to serve as a positive role model for young people who might otherwise gravitate toward unproductive or unlawful lifestyles. He has given away scholarships and laptop computers to two underprivileged young ladies, allowing them the full opportunity to attend college. Without Evans' support, the two young ladies may not have been able to pursue a college education.
"I was very thankful to receive the scholarship from Mr. Evans," commented Myia Veasey, currently a student at Paine College. "Prior to receiving the scholarship I was not sure what I was going to do about my college tuition. I am truly grateful that I am able to attend school."
For over five years Evans has demonstrated outstanding leadership within the community and the computer security industry. He's provided hockey, basketball, and concert tickets to over 100 children who have never experienced a sporting event, who were also provided with limousine transportation to and from the events. Evans and his team of employees have volunteered at various food banks throughout Atlanta, donated cards to battered women shelters allowing them to make phone calls to family members without the possibility of being located, and helped several homeless families from The Salvation Army Family Division by taking them shopping for new school and work clothes.
Aside from being a community benefactor, Evans is a trailblazer continuing to excel and reach new heights.

Gregory D. Evans has been featured in or on the following publications:

  • Turning Point Magazine
  • Upscale Magazine
  • Sun Newspaper
  • LA Times
  • USA Today
  • Black Enterprise
  • Atlanta Voice Newspaper
  • Creme Magazine
  • Rolling Out Magazine
  • Tuscaloosa News
  • Metro Focus
  • International Business Times
  • Atlanta Business Journal
  • Wells Fargo Business Journal
  • CEO Watch
  • JET Magazine
  • Security Watch
  • Essences
  • GB Gamer
  • PC World
  • Marketing Magazine (England)
  • Hollywood Reporter
  • Softletter
  • Info Security Magazine (England)
  • Urgent Communication
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Pacific News Bytes
  • Computer Dealer News
  • SC Magazine (England)
  • American Free Press
  • Atlanta Constitution Journal
  • US Weekly Magazine
  • and over 100 more

  • Laptop Security Short & Simple
  • Memoirs of a Hi-Tech Hustler
  • Hi-Tech Hustler Scrap Book
  • Hi-Tech Identity Theft Short and Simple
  • 125 Ways to Protect Your Computer Short and Simple
  • Spyware Reference & Study Guide
  • Layman Guide To Fighting Hi-Tech Crime
  • How To Become The World’s No. 1 Hacker

Current & Pass Affiliations & Awards

  • Dateline NBC
  • Ricki Lake Show
  • Atlanta Live
  • Entertainment Tonight
  • Bloomberg News
  • BET
  • CNN
  • NBC
  • CBS
  • ABC
  • Fox Philadelphia
  • Focus Atlanta
  • History Channel Modern Marvels
  • Fox and Friends
  • Fox LA 11
  • Fox Good Day Atlanta
  • Wall Street Journal
  • The Steve Harvey Project
  • Associated Press
  • WAGA-TV, Atlanta, GA
  • WSB-TV, Atlanta, GA
  • CTV, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
  • ITN-TV, London, England
  • WMBF-TV, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • and over 20 more

Speaking Engagements
  • 100 Black Men’s 6th Annual Collegiate 100 Symposium
  • Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta
  • Georgia State Chapter of the ACM
  • Global Entrepreneurship Week: Securing Your Information Panel, University of Miami
  • Delaware State University
  • Capital University
  • Florida A&M University
  • Parkview High School
  • Dunwoody High School
  • Communities in Schools of Atlanta
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • Resource Center for Technology Workshop
  • Atlantis University
  • 2011 Campus and Fire Safety Conference & Expo
  • 2010 Campus and Fire Safety Conference & Expo
  • Carrie Steele Pitts Home under
  • University of Alabama
  • Atlanta Technical College
  • Tucker High School
  • North Clayton High School
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Presents: Black History Month Program
  • McNair High School
  • Westlake High School
  • Druid Hills High School
  • ITT Technical Institute
  • University of Texas
  • Ohio State University
  • Georgia State University
  • University of North Carolina
  • ECPI College of Technology
  • University of South Carolina
  • South Carolina State University
  • Chestnut Hill College
  • Midlands Technical College
  • Voorhees College
  • 2009 National Bar Association Conference
  • 2006 African American Business Summit
  • The Education By Design Technical Training Conference
  • Kiwanis Club of Northlake- Tucker, GA
  • Annual Risk Management Conference – Ottawa, Canada
  • Techno Forensics Conference- Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Georgia Tech
  • Georgia State University
  • KABC Radio (Los Angeles)
  • KNX 1070 (Los Angeles)
  • Tom Joyner (National)
  • Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline
  • Michael Baisden (National)
  • 411 Teen
  • KFWB (Los Angeles)
  • WBLS Williams (New York)
  • KBOI (National)– “ComputerTalk” with Dave Mason
  • KNX Radio (Los Angeles)
  • Sai Browne Live
  • The Steve Harvey Morning Show
  • “Tech Watch Radio” with Sam Bushman and Jay Harrison
  • V103 (Atlanta) Frank & Wanda Morning Show
  • Cyber Hood Watch Radio
  • Sirius Book Radio: Cover to Cover
  • Hip Hop Connection
  • WOL-AM 1450: The Tech Talk Show
  • and
  • 100.3 The Beat (Philadelphia) – “The Morning Beat With Charlamagne”
  • WFLA Tampa, FL
  • WSYR Syracuse, NY
  • WHAS Louisville, KY
  • WIOD Miami, FL
  • WRVA Richmond, VA
  • WGY Albany, NY
  • WERC Birmingham, AL
  • WTRC South Bend, IN
  • WILM Wilmington, DE
  • WILS Lansing, MI
  • WSCC Charleston, SC
  • Digital Production Buzz (Podcast) National
  • Computer America, National
  • WGST Atlanta, GA
  • KURV McAllen, TX
  • WILM Wilmington, DE
  • WILS Lansing, MI
  • WTRC South Bend, IN
  • KFAB Omaha, NE
  • WGY Albany, NY
  • WNRP Pensacola, FL
  • KOGO San Diego, CA
  • WPLZ Chattanooga, TN
  • WTAM Cleveland, OH
  • The Tech Buzz, (podcast) National
  • The Tech Labs, (podcast) International
  • Network Security Podcast, National
  • ISD Podcast, National
  • National Public Radio (NPR)
  • The Tech Webcast (International)
  • Write Here Write Now Atlanta, GA
  • WIND Chicago, IL
  • KOA Denver, CO
  • WERC Birmingham, AL
  • WOAI San Antonio, TX
  • WXKS Boston, MA
  • KPNW Portland, OR
  • WDUN Gainesville, GA
  • Everyday Parenting Radio, National
  • Let’s Talk Radio, Norwalk, CT
  • Computer America