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  • Do you have a passcode?

    你有密碼嗎?

  • Yes, and I'm never telling you.

    有啊,但我永遠都不要告訴你。

  • Is the passcode a long one?

    你的密碼很長嗎?

  • Why, are you trying to hack?

    幹嘛,你要駭進我的帳號嗎?

  • Hello.

    嗨。

  • I'm Brian.

    我是 Brain 。

  • Nice to meet you, Brian.

    很開心認識你,Brain。

  • Nice to meet you.

    很開心認識你。

  • -Nice to meet you. -I'm Nolan.

    -很開心認識你。 -我是 Nolan。

  • What are we gonna do today?

    我們今天要做什麼?

  • Well, I'm a computer hacker.

    這個嘛,我是一個電腦駭客。

  • Cool!

    酷!

  • Computer hacker.

    電腦駭客。

  • -You're a hacker? -Mmhmm.

    -你是駭客? -嗯。

  • No more information.

    我不要跟你說我的資訊了。

  • Tell me one of the things you hacked.

    跟我說說你駭過什麼。

  • Banks.

    銀行。

  • Cool.

    酷。

  • Banks are really cool.

    銀行真的很酷。

  • Did you get in trouble for that?

    你有因此受懲罰嗎?

  • I don't get in trouble for that, people pay me to do that.

    我不會因此受罰,因為是人家付錢請我駭進去的。

  • Cool!

    酷!

  • Even cooler, right?

    更酷了,對吧?

  • Are you a good hacker or a bad hacker?

    你是一個很厲害的還是一個很遜的駭客?

  • I'm a good hacker who pretends to be a bad hacker.

    我是一個要假裝很遜的駭客高手。

  • Uh, how does that work?

    呃,什麼意思?

  • In order to defend against bad hackers, you have to sometimes think like a bad hacker.

    為了要防止那些很遜的駭客攻擊,你有時候得要用他們的方式思考。

  • So we emulate what Russia or China would do if they wanted to try and get into an oil rig.

    所以會模擬俄國和中國想要駭進石油平台時的情況。

  • I see.

    我懂了。

  • Other countries was trying to hack into oil rigs?

    其他國家會想要駭進石油平台?

  • Yeah, so they can cause some catastrophic explosion and change the prices of oil globally.

    對,成功的話他們可以造成災難性的大爆炸,同時改變國際的油價。

  • -That's very sneaky. - Mmhmm.

    -聽起來鬼鬼祟祟的。 -嗯。

  • Can you hack into anything?

    你什麼都駭得進去嗎?

  • Anything that has a computer in it.

    任何有電腦的東西。

  • Can you hack into that camera?

    你可以駭進那台攝影機嗎?

  • Yeah, I could.

    我可以。

  • Cellphones, printers.

    手機、影印機。

  • So you pretty much have access to everything.

    所以你基本上有進入所有東西的權限。

  • Pretty much, yeah.

    差不多,對呀。

  • That's so crazy.

    這太瘋狂了。

  • Isn't it?

    是吧?

  • Hey, you could also hack into other peoples card, and then you'll steal all their money from their cards.

    噢,你還可以駭進別人的信用卡,然後偷走裡面所有的錢。

  • So that is actually called credit card skimming.

    這其實就叫做盜用信用卡。

  • Cool.

    酷。

  • How much money did you get?

    這樣你可以賺多少?

  • I've never done this.

    我沒有做過這件事。

  • I get paid to do this from other companies, and so they come to me and say, "Hey, will you hack us? So that we can stop bad guys from doing it?""

    公司會付錢請我,並跟我說:「嗨,你可以駭進我們公司嗎?這樣其他壞人就不會駭進來了。」

  • Oh.

    噢。

  • How would you get into an internet device?

    你會怎麼駭進互聯網設備?

  • People are always the first point of entry because they are the weakest link, really.

    人是駭進設備的關鍵第一步,因為他們通常都是裡面最脆弱的一環。

  • Secretary computers generally don't have the strongest security, and once we're in, then we have access to Everything. - The rest of the network.

    秘書的電腦通常都不會有最強的防護措施,所以一旦我們駭進去了,我們就可以得到其他所有地方的權限。 -其他部分的網絡。

  • Yeah.

    對。

  • So if I wanted to target a bank, I don't target the CEO.

    所以如果我想駭進一個銀行,我不會把目標放在總裁的電腦。

  • You start low and work your way up.

    要從底層開始,一步一步往上。

  • Yeah.

    對。

  • In our house we have this iPad that my sister always plays on, I'd be tempted to hack into that and see what's she's been up to.

    我家有一台 iPad,我的姊姊總是在用它,我會有點想駭進去看看她都在上面做什麼。

  • I wanna hack in my PS4 so I can be unstoppable.

    我想要駭進我的 PS4,然後變成無敵的。

  • You can definitely hack that.

    這絕對是有可能的。

  • Give yourself any weapon.

    給你自己任何一種武器。

  • Any weapon.

    任何一種武器。

  • I'd be hard to try to not show people that I hack.

    要讓別人發現我沒有駭過應該會蠻難的。

  • That's something that a hacker might do.

    這就是駭客會做的事。

  • What is the easiest thing to hack?

    最簡單的可以駭進去的東西是什麼?

  • -For Ethan. -For Ethan?

    -對 Ethan 來說。 -對 Ethan 來說?

  • Moi, me.

    我,我。

  • If you wanted to start hacking?

    如果你想要學習做駭客?

  • Yeah.

    對。

  • Do you know how to write code?

    你知道怎麼寫程式嗎?

  • No.

    不知道。

  • That'd be the first step, is to write code and then take your own code apart and hack it.

    這會是你的第一步,先寫程式,然後想辦法駭進自己寫的程式裡。

  • Without making the computer bop.

    在不讓電腦爆炸的情況下。

  • Exactly. - Explode.

    沒錯。- 爆炸。

  • Don't wanna do that.

    你不會想讓它發生。

  • What do you think would be the worst case scenario if our enemies were able to...?

    你覺得最壞的情況下,敵人可以做到...?

  • So, you could take down an entire nation's financial infrastructure.

    你基本上可以摧毀整個國家的金融體系。

  • Do you take any precautions to make sure that your information is secure?

    你有什麼防護措施來確保自己的資訊是安全的嗎?

  • Yeah, like I don't tell anybody my password or anything.

    有,像我就不會跟任何人說我的密碼。

  • That's good.

    很棒啊。

  • I don't even know my password anymore.

    連我自己都不知道我的密碼了。

  • Do you have a passcode?

    你有密碼嗎?

  • Yes, and I'm never telling you.

    有,但我永遠不要告訴你。

  • Traitor.

    叛徒。

  • Trying to help ensure that your data is secure from hackers.

    我是在幫你保護你的資料不要被駭。

  • So you wanna protect my information from yourself?

    所以你是在保護我不受你的攻擊?

  • Mmhmm, yeah.

    嗯,對。

  • That's why I'm not telling you!

    這就是為什麼我不要告訴你!

  • I know her password.

    我知道她的密碼。

  • He got in my computer once and then downloaded boy games on my computer.

    他上次拿走我的電腦,然後在上面下載男生的遊戲。

  • That's not good, right?

    這真糟,對吧?

  • Did you change your password then?

    你後來有換密碼嗎?

  • -No. - Nope.

    -沒有。 - 沒。

  • I want mine says my favorite emojis.

    我要我的密碼裡面有我最喜歡的表情符號。

  • Ethan doesn't know my emojis.

    Ethan 不知道我的表情符號。

  • Happy face party hat.

    開心笑臉跟派對帽。

  • No!

    不是!

  • I can hack into my moms account.

    我可以駭進我媽媽的帳戶。

  • So if a bad guy figured out that passcode, what might happen?

    所以如果壞人猜出密碼的話,會怎樣?

  • He has the ability to text her friend.

    他就可以傳訊息給她朋友。

  • He'd be like never mind, I don't wanna be your friend anymore.

    他會說,我不想再當你的朋友了。

  • That would be terrible.

    這一定會很慘。

  • It would be terrible, wouldn't it?

    會很慘吧?

  • I don't think anybody would just randomly type in a password and get into someones bank account.

    我不覺得有任何人可以隨便打一串密碼就駭進別人的銀行帳戶。

  • You don't think so?

    不會嗎?

  • Nope.

    不會。

  • What if I told you that I could have a computer try different passwords over and over and over.

    如果我說,我可以有一台電腦一直去的嘗試不同的密碼呢?

  • If that was real everybody would have zero dollars by now.

    這樣的話,每個人的帳戶早就都沒錢了。

  • I think it happens a lot more than you might expect.

    我覺得這樣的情況可能比你想的還要常發生。

  • So what if somebody hacked into your PlayStation 4?

    所以如果有人駭進你的 PS4 會怎樣?

  • Probably have access to all the games I have, over 30 games.

    那他大概就可以玩我裡面所有遊戲吧,我有超過三十個遊戲。

  • What if they removed them all?

    如果他們把遊戲都刪除呢?

  • That'd be pretty bad, huh?

    這很恐怖吧?

  • Yeah, well, good thing I have some of them I have cases for them.

    對啊,還好我還有一些遊戲的光碟。

  • What if they prevented the discs from being read, saying you can't use your PlayStation until you pay us money.

    萬一他們讓光碟不能被讀取,然後叫你付錢才能玩 PS4 呢?

  • That'd be useless because I have barely any money.

    這一定是白費工夫,因為我幾乎沒有任何錢。

  • How would you prevent something like that?

    要如何避免這樣的事發生?

  • By breaking the computers.

    把電腦打爛。

  • -Throw it out? -I'd get a hammer, smash it.

    -丟掉嗎? -我會拿一個錘子,打爛它。

  • Smash it, yeah.

    打爛它,對啊。

  • Finger scan, eye scan, face scan.

    指紋辨識、眼睛辨識、臉部辨識。

  • That would be very hard.

    這很難了吧?

  • That's a lot of steps.

    這步驟真多。

  • You'll never get in.

    你進不來的。

  • I basically have a password app I use to keep track of my passwords.

    我有一個應用程式,用來追蹤我的所有密碼。

  • Okay, good.

    好,很好。

  • So using a password vault with unique passwords for everything, and strong passwords for everything, is really important.

    所以建立一個密碼庫,讓每個帳戶都有獨一無二且安全性強的密碼是很重要的。

  • Audrey, what do you think a good password would be?

    Audrey,你覺得一個好密碼會是什麼樣的?

  • Eight-eight-one-eight-five-comma-five-question mark-z-b

    八、八、一、八、五、逗點、五、問號、z、b

  • -That would be a much better password.-Period

    -這個密碼好多了。 -句點

  • And...

    然後...

  • That's good. -One-one-one-one-one-one-one-one-2000.

    很好。 - 一、一、一、一、一、一、一、一、兩千。

  • Is that better?

    比較好了嗎?

  • That's better, and don't use it because now I know it.

    比較好了,但不要用這個密碼,因為我已經知道了。

  • You can't remember it.

    你又記不住。

  • The camera can.

    但攝影機可以。

  • All right, all right.

    噢對,噢對。

  • So, what do we need to do?

    所以,我們要怎麼做?

  • Call Brian.

    打電話給 Brian。

  • Hey, I'm Brian, thanks for watching Kids Meet A Hacker.

    嗨,我是 Brain,謝謝你收看小孩遇見駭客。

  • Make sure your data is secure by using Dashline.

    記得要使用 Dashline 保護你資料的安全。

  • It's a digital security and password managing app that helps you create strong and complex passwords so people like me can't hack and steal your identity.

    它是一個線上的密碼管理與防護網站,它會幫助你建立複雜且安全性強的密碼,這樣一來我們駭客就無法駭進你的帳戶或竊取你的資料。

  • Visit dashlane.com/cut.

    拜訪 dashlane.com/cut.

  • Use the promo code cut to get 10% off Dashlane Premium.

    使用這個促銷代碼可以讓你在購買 Dashlane 專業版時有九折優惠。

  • Just use Dashlane.

    用 Dashlane 就對了。

  • If you have a brother or sister, hide your computer.

    如果你有兄弟姊妹,記得把電腦藏好。

Do you have a passcode?

你有密碼嗎?

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