Crackas With Attitude
A judge in London sentenced a British teenager who was part of the hacking group Crackas With Attitude, which targeted prominent US government employees.
Justin Liverman allegedly encouraged others to publish the personal information of a US government official, and paid to bomb a target phone with spam.
Not all self-described hackers are good at hiding their identities.
Two young men from North Carolina have been charged with their alleged connection to the hacking group "Crackas With Attitude."
Despite promises of more attacks, it seems like the authorities are getting their hands on more and more members of “Crackas With Attitude.”
John Brennan, who used an ancient AOL email account, thinks nobody’s emails are safe.
Hackers involved with the hacking group called “Crackas With Attitude” react to the arrest of their alleged leader.
UK police arrested a 16-year-old suspected of being behind the hacks on the CIA director and the Department of Justice.
As promised, hacker publishes personal information of 20,000 FBI agents, allegedly stolen from a hacked Department of Justice computer.
We now have evidence that hackers loosely affiliated with the “teen” hacking group Crackas With Attitude have more information on law enforcement agents.
The teen hackers who embarrassed the CIA Director John Brennan and US Spy Chief James Clapper have hit yet another victim.
The teen hacker who pranked the US spy chief is now bragging about hacking social media accounts of a former intelligence executive.