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Those Responsible For The 2014 Holiday Hack Have Been Arrested

Folks who had their holidays ruined a couple of years ago might finally see a little justice prevail as it was announced yesterday that two members of the hacker groups Lizard Squad and Poodle Corp have been arrested in connection to attacks on both Sony and Microsoft's servers.
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A form of justice may have come to bear on one of the members of Lizard Squad. Today, police in Britain have arrested 22-year-old Vinnie Omari, who has connections to the hacker group, for alleged cyber-fraud. The arrest is unrelate...

Hacking the hackers: Lizard Squad’s DDoS-enabling tool has been compromised

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A tool used by the Lizard Squad hacking group to conduct distributed-denial of service (DDoS) attacks against the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live services over the holidays has been hacked, revealing the people who paid to use the...

Lizard Squad’s Plaintext Customer List Leaked As Another Member Is Arrested

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The Lizard Squad, the group of hackers credited with taking down Xbox Live and PSN over the holiday, have been compromised and much of their data leaked. Brian Krebs received a listing of the Lizard Squad’s LizardStresser customer d...

Lizard Squad Hacked, Customer Database Compromised

Technology : The Inquisitr - Tech

Hacker group Lizard Squad is famous for causing widespread blackouts on XBox Live and PSN during the 2014 holiday season. However, the group’s own network has now been compromised. According to reports, hackers made their way into L...

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