Syrian Electronic Army
The trio is accused of being associated with a hacking group that supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that has claimed responsibility for hacks targeting the media, human rights organizations, and the US government.
The hackers’ were caught because of their reliance on Gmail and their use of Syrian IP addresses.
A freshly unsealed complaint claims that some suspected members of the Syrian Electronic Army hacked for the cash.
The FBI has added two of them to its most wanted list, and is offering a $100,000 reward.
More than 2,000 gas station monitoring devices are easy to find and hack, researchers warn.
'They Will Not be Able to Gag Us:' Syrian Human Rights Monitor Defiant After Islamic State Hacks Website
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights catalogues attacks, executions, bombings, torture, and other human rights abuses throughout Syria. It's back online after pro-IS hackers took it down Wednesday.
The hacking group collects another media victim.
The pro-Assad hacker organization shut down a number of media sites on Thursday in a coordinated attack.
In the second time in a week, the Syrian Electronic Army attacked IDF social media, tweeting out a warning of a nuclear facility attack.
Facebook has become responsible for policing its users, which is a problem—some of them rely on the social media platform to share information about revolutions, but they break the terms of service in the process.
The SEA hacked Microsoft, but it also got a taste of its own medicine as its site was defaced by another hacking group.