Hack Net

Last modified
Monday, March 13, 2017

Description of App

It's time for a FOURTH Hack Run!

Note: Hack NET is the fourth installment in the Hack RUN series. You should play 'Hack RUN' before starting this game.

A seemingly routine request for help turns deadly quickly in this version of the Hack RUN series! When the network you are hired to hack reveals its secrets, will you be able to use that information for good? Hack NET uses old-school prompts (like DOS and UNIX) to access virtual programs and systems. Gain access to users’ files and emails to discover new ways to dig deeper and deeper.

Hack NET includes these newly developed interface enhancements:

> Convenient main-menu popup
> More “substantial” levels. Earn your way to the final goal.
> New modes of communication to “interface” with users.
> More levels than in Hack RUN, Hack Run ZERO or Hack TIME.

Stuck on a level? Just use the 'hint' or 'answer' commands to help you along.

Hack NET is a game. It is not a tool or aid for learning how to hack into real computer systems. i273 LLC does not endorse hacking.



Free or Paid


Version Of macOS App Was Tested On

10.9 mavericks

Accessibility Comments

This is just about perfect accessiblity wise. The only problem is I'm stuck on a browser where it has a clickable element and I can't do a darn thing. If you know how ot get past it, as I can't go on, i'd love to know. Think of this as a text based choose your own adventure type of thing. Commands are usually one word.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.


1 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Siobhan 7 years 3 months ago



Submitted by KE7ZUM on Tuesday, October 7, 2014

If there is a discription in itunes can it be used instead of the one here? the You are suposedto use the itunes discription not your own.

Take care.

Submitted by Rafaela Freundt on Monday, October 31, 2016

Hello, was anyone able to go pass the clickable element on the web browser that was mentioned here? I am also stuck at that point and don't know how to move forward. Thank you.

Submitted by Joseph on Monday, October 31, 2016

It's always to use the iTunes description, if available. i learned that the hard way.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Saturday, March 11, 2017

Ok let me get this straight, you don't actaully have to have the actual description. As long as it is close to what the app description is.
For exmaple, if there were an app called recorder for ipad, something like: this is a recorder that is able to record in three different formats and microphone access is required, it would work.
Sorry for the long post.

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