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Are there 20 evil hackers hacking Roblox? Answered

20 evil hackers, jumping on the bed.

It’s difficult to consistently put rumors into their place on a platform such as Roblox, as modern technology exists in a rapid-fire era where almost anything can happen. One such rumor is that there are 20 evil hackers that are currently hacking Roblox, possibly putting other players in danger in terms of account information and security. The rumor, while seemingly silly, is also somehow plausible enough to make it a sincere question for many. Are there evil hackers?

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Roblox Evil hackers rumor, explained

There is currently no evidence, official announcements, or concerning network activity that shows that Roblox is under assault from ’20 evil hackers’ as the current rumor-mongering implies. Players logging in now are likely just as safe as they were logging in a year ago, and the developers voice no active concerns regarding any number of evil hackers. This rumor is false, at least in terms of viewable consequences for players and developers on the platform.

It is possible, however, that there is a room filled with twenty people who believe themselves evil and are attempting to somehow enter the backend of Roblox. Players shouldn’t worry about this, though: there are always bad people on the internet trying to do things they shouldn’t. This is why practicing good internet security is essential, no matter your platform. Whether it’s Roblox, Steam, or YouTube, good internet practices mean you don’t have to worry if something terrible does happen.

How to be safe from hacking

Here are the things all internet users should do to make sure they’re always safe online, whether or not 20 evil hackers are sitting inside a room:

  • Never use your real name
  • Never share your address, school attended
  • Never give your password out, even to your best friend
  • Always use new passwords for new areas, with lots of unique characters
  • Always be nice to everyone online, and remember that they’re humans too

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Chris Davenport
Chris Davenport is a freelance writer for Gamepur. He's been writing video game guides for the past five years and has been featured on GameRant.