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Status: Active
Join Date: 01-14-2009

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Baked joined Hack Forums on January 14, 2009. He came across the site after wanting to try to hack new accounts on the game Habbo Hotel via some new methods--Remote Administration and Keylogging. Although he was new to the forums, he quickly gained knowledge in general subjects and in areas that peeked his interest.

After becoming a leader of RATs Crew, on June 23, 2011, he started to give back to the community through products and information.

He started to look at Hack Forums from more of a business standpoint and along with his partner and created one of the longest-running crypters, having over 600 paying customers at the height of their sales. He later wanted to focus on his group and leave his reputation at an all-time high, him and his partner, KillaMuvz, ceased their sales and parted ways.

He was upgraded to the Ub3r on February 18, 2011.

After the disbandment of RATs Crew in late 2011, he continued to look for more places to help others.

When asked about his experience with running the group, he replied:

Running the RATs Crew back in 2011 was probably the most fun I've had here. It was awesome just contributing but definitely, the best thing I've done is meeting the people I still talk to.

Almost a year later with the introduction of the Terror user group, he was promoted to a leader of the group on January 6, 2013.

When asked if anyone had ever made an impact on him, he replied:

KillaMuvz He was the nicest guy, best partner, and a great friend, I hope if he reads this at any point, he'll contact me.

Baked took a break early in 2016 and came back later that same year. Since then he has completed hundreds of transactions on the site.

When asked why he has stayed around on Hack Forums, he replied:

The community and the business opportunities created by HackForums is what has kept me around. It made my life easier in a lot of ways; whether it be a tech problem, girl problem or trying to spend/make money. Hack Forums was always there for me.

He is not as active as he once was but he can still be found roaming the site.


Contributions, Trivia, and Personal Interests

  • Development
  • Exploitation
  • Business
  • Management
  • Web design
  • Denial of Service attacks
  • Network security