Hey jammers! Today's rare colored item is the Rare Fancy Top Hat, available on the first page of Jam Mart Clothing.
AJHQ has also done a post on rare hat days.
Meanwhile, Sydney24 found in a new update feature, added back to each of out settings boards . . . the membership counter!
Yes, as you may have noticed, I have turned my buddy requests off. That's because of my full buddy list, I'm sorry.
Also, a discovery by Crunchy Berryfriend - you can now purchase an Arctic Wolf membership online, click the picture below to go to the Walmart website. Good rating, right? ^.^
I've also noticed over the past few days many jammers have been panicking about if someone could hack into their account. I'd like to reassure you, it is extremely unlikely anyone would, or could, hack you. Simply make sure of these things:
1. Your parent account is under an email no one on
Animal Jam would know. This could be yours, or your parent's.
2. Your password would be difficult to guess, be sure and use
both numbers and letters, just to be safe.
3. Never share your password with anyone. This means
don't tell your siblings, your friends, or your buddies.
Follow this advice and I don't think you'll ever get scammed. I also noticed in the comments you guys were talking about Anonymous. If you didn't already know, Anonymous is a huge, undefined group of individuals who are well known for hacking hard-to-crack websites. Here's a commonly used icon:
I doubt that this group of people (who have no leader and no rankings, and no real membership either) even care about Animal Jam. This group is more focused on a "free internet" rid of unnecessary censorship. They have been known to hack huge organizations hurting smaller ones, a church which was trying to take down a video that made them look bad, and even government sites (when they do something they disagree with). Sometimes they're known for a funny-mustached mask they anonymously wear. Click here to learn more about the group. These "freedom fighters of the Internet" seems to do what they believe, and have fun doing so; they don't harm others. So that brings us to the mystery discussion of the day:
It's never ok to hack people's accounts, but. . .
Is it ok to hack other things sometimes?
If yes. . .
When, what, and why is it ok to hack?