Behold, my Inspect Element hacking skills!
You would think that Inspect Element can't be used to hack anything, but it can. Once, a friend of mine used Inspect Element to hack into a Hotel's wifi. But Inspect Element can't actually change anything, you might say. Here's how he did it: he created a virtual copy of the hotel sign-in website, allowing him to edit it however he wanted, because it was his, and didn't really exist. Then he changed it so that it would just accept the username and password he inputted, letting him right into the wifi.
...It might be possible to do something similar by creating a virtual copy account of myself, then giving myself admin powers, allowing me to mess with whatever I wanted. I wouldn't do that, though, because I don't want to get banned.
Note: Don't actually try to use this for anything other than hacking into hotel wifi, it is probably very easy to track where it comes from, and I would need to understand a lot more about the internet before I could use Inspect Element to obscure the trail leading to my computer...
However, the keyboard doesn't know the shortcut for inspect element, so we should be safe. For now.