After reading this new piece last night I started to worry about Hak5 a bit. It seems YT has updated it's policy to ban/demonetize "Instructional hacking and phishing: Showing users how to bypass secure computer systems or steal user credentials and personal data."
It's a shame as some of the things I've gleaned from the content here has helped me rescue clients from various forms of file / account lock out situations. I don't think YT's policy is smart enough to differentiate between the various colors of hats that exist. Another side of the coin, how am I suppose to protect the users from themselves if I don't know what the current threats are.