Doxing rivals, stealing each other’s files, and poking around Nintendo’s servers are all a normal part of the ballooning Nintendo Switch hacking and piracy scenes.
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The social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, and alleged credit card numbers of dozens of people are being advertised and sold on Facebook. The internet giant deleted some of them after Motherboard flagged the posts.
A 25-year-old broke into a DoD satellite communication system and doxed around 800 Department of Defense employees.
A cybercriminal from Eastern Europe who has been hacking a Chinese company for years appears to have carelessly exposed his own real identity.
Separating your pseudonymous Twitter account from your real life identity can be tricky.
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."
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.