Community, Hoodies, Backpacks, Online Courses, T-shirts, Mugs and Accessories - Designed by Hackers, for Hackers!Listen
Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away...no wait, that's not right. Let's start again.
It all began when a group of "totally not hackers" got together to form MyHackertech. They were just a bunch of nerds who loved to tinker with tech, experiment with code, and wear black hoodies (because let's face it, that's the uniform of all hackers).
As they spent countless hours hunched over their computers, they realized that there was a real need for quality, affordable hacking gear. And so, MyHackertech was born. Their mission was simple: to provide hackers with the gear they need to carry out their shenanigans.
But it wasn't just about selling stuff. MyHackertech was all about community. They wanted to create a space where hackers could come together to share their knowledge, swap stories about their latest exploits, and maybe even make a few friends along the way.
And so, they set out to create a brand that was all about transparency, authenticity, and a healthy dose of humor. They knew that hacking could be a serious business, but they didn't want to take themselves too seriously. After all, what's the point of being a hacker if you can't have a little fun along the way?
As they continued to grow, they realized that their little company had become more than just a business. It had become a movement. A movement of hackers who were determined to make the world a better place (or at least, a more interesting one).
So if you're a hacker, a wannabe hacker, or just someone who likes cool gear, come join the MyHackertech community. We promise to provide you with the gear you need to carry out your next hack, along with plenty of humor and sarcasm to keep you entertained. And who knows, you might even learn a thing or two along the way.
Thanks for being a part of our hacking family!
PS. Since 2019 we have:
1. Designed many tshirts, hoodies, hacker swag inspired by the hacking community around the world.
2. Bought a Ferrari, been to most hacker events and set up MHT Product Dev HackLab.
3. Stayed Legit _