Hacker Experience

The Internet under attack_

About Hacker Experience

Hacker Experience is a browser-based hacking simulation game, where you play the role of a hacker seeking for money and power.

Play online against other users from all the globe on an exciting battle to see who can conquer the Internet.

Hack, install viruses, research better software, complete missions, steal money from bank accounts and much more.

for free and join thousands of other players trying to be the most powerful hacker of the game.

Sign up now. It's free!

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Frequent questions

Will anything happen to my computer?

There is no need to worry! This is a simulation game that takes place at a virtual world.

By the way, no download is needed. You will play the whole time using your browser.

Is this real-life hacking?

No! The whole game is virtual, you will be hacking "made up" servers from others players. You also won't learn how to hack in real life. No technical knowledge is needed in order to play the game.

You don't actually kill anyone when playing Grand Theft Auto, right?

Where do I download the game?

You don't! The whole game can be played through your browser, whether you are using a PC with Linux, Windows, Mac, tablet or mobile phone.

Is it really free?

Oh yeah. You can play the whole game, with all features, for free.

The only reason we can offer Hacker Experience for free is because of the non-intrusive ads we show in the game.

The user can opt for a premium account to get rid of the ads and help us directly. This is not a "pay to win" game, though. Premium users have no tactical advantages over basic accounts.

Shouldn't it be "cracker"?

Here comes a looong discussion. Many believe the word hacker should designate the so-called white hat (talented programmer, or an ethical hacker). Others, assume it to mean criminals behind the screen.

History has shown us that maybe it really was meant to define the bad guys, however we do believe that hacker means way more than that.

Regardless of definition, we want our users to enjoy the game, whether they call it Hacker or Cracker Experience. That's it, name whatever you want.

Meanwhile, we have a special board designated to teach computer science and programming for people. Instead of engaging into useless flame wars, feel free to join and share your knowledge to others. I'd call that hacker :)

So, what are you waiting?