Darknet Diaries
Darknet Diaries
May 26, 2020
66: freakyclown
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Freakyclown is a physical penetration tester. His job is to break into buildings to test the security of the building. In this episode we hear stories of some of these missions he’s been on.

Thanks to Freakyclown for coming on the show and telling your story.

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