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Why PlayStation Network Is Still Down, Even Though The 'Lizard Squad' Attacks Have Stopped

Sony's PlayStation Network is still experiencing intermittent outages, as of Sunday morning. On Saturday, the company acknowledged its network was hit with "high levels of traffic designed to disrupt connectivity and online gameplay"...Show More Summary

These are the hackers who wrecked your holiday gaming

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

If you're a console gamer, you're probably all too aware of Lizard Squad, the hacker outlet that allegedly knocked both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live offline for a good chunk of the Christmas break. But just why and how is this group causing...

Hacker Group Names, Ranked

18 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You may have recently heard about Lizard Squad, the hacker group that ruined Christmas for so many gamers. But you may be thinking to yourself, Lizard Squad is a really dumb name. And you'd be correct. Below, a list of hacker group names, from lamest to coolest. Read more...

Alleged ‘Lizard Squad’ Member Reveals His Face In A TV Interview

After allegedly taking down Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, one of the hackers from the collective “Lizard Squad” has spoken out, revealing his face in an interview with UK’s Sky News. Show More Summary

Alleged Christmas-Ruining Hacker Shows His Face in Interview

21 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker

Two days after a small group of hackers going by the name "Lizard Squad" claimed responsibility for a worldwide Xbox and PlayStation outage, one purported member feels bold enough to give a live interview. "I'd be rather worried if those people didn't have anything better to do than play games on their consoles on Christmas Eve," he says. Read more...

Hackers Take Down PlayStation, XBox Networks

PlayStation network services were slowly being restored, Sony said early Saturday - more than two days after a suspected attack by hackers that also brought down Microsoft's Xbox Live. A hacker group called "Lizard Squad" gleefully claimed...Show More Summary

Anonymous To 'Lizard Squad': Stop Attacking Tor

The international activist group Anonymous is telling the hacker collective “Lizard Squad” to “stand down” and stop attacking Tor. Anonymous, which has a long history of hacking and cyber attacking governments, corporations and religions...Show More Summary

Hackers behind PlayStation Network, Xbox Live disruption reportedly targeting Tor

Lizard Squad, the merry band of hackers that claimed responsibility for taking Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network offline for Christmas, appears to have a new target: Tor. Reports of an attack on the network, which offers online anonymity, appeare...

Lizard Squad targets Tor network compromising user anonymity

Notorious hacker group Lizard Squad has moved on from attacking Xbox Live and the Playstation Network and has now set its sites on the Tor network. The group announced the zero-day attack on Twitter, where is said it would target … Continue reading ?

Hacker Gang 'Lizard Squad' Says It Has Stopped Attacking PlayStation Network And Xbox Live — And Will Never Do It Again

The notorious hacker collective “Lizard Squad” says it is no longer attacking PlayStation Network or Xbox Live and will not do so in the future. You can thank Kim Dotcom for that, the group says on Twitter. Kim  Schmitz, a.k.a. Kim Show More Summary

Hackers continue to harass gaming networks

A group known as "The Lizard Squad" is boasting about the misery it caused to Xbox and PlayStation users over Christmas

The hackers who say they took down gaming networks are now going after Tor

A hacking group that calls itself Lizard Squad claimed it was behind Christmas Day outages on Sony and Microsoft's gaming networks. And now, it says, it has turned its eyes toward anonymous browsing tool Tor. Tor is relied on by journalists, activists, whistleblowers and everyday people who want to keep their online activities private. It […]

Hacker Grinches Steal Christmas From Online Gamers

A group of hackers calling itself "Lizard Squad" has claimed responsibility for repeatedly taking down both XBox Live and PlayStation Network over the holidays. As of Friday morning, Xbox Live is up and running, but the PlayStation Network is still offline. Show More Summary

Meet the hackers who ruined Christmas for every gamer in the world

We interviewed two hackers claiming to rep Lizard Squad, the group that took down Xbox Live and PSN.

Lizard Squad,’ The Group That Shut Down PlayStation Network And Xbox Live For 2 Straight Days, Is Now Reportedly Attacking Tor

Lizard Squad,” the notorious hacker collective that will now be known for shutting down Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live for two straight days starting on Christmas Eve, is now reportedly after the anonymous communication service, the Tor Project. Show More Summary

Hackers Who Shut Down PSN and Xbox Live Now Attacking Tor 

Uh oh. Lizard Patrol, the hacking group claiming responsibility for the Christmas attacks on PlayStation and Xbox Live, has announced a new target: Tor, the anonymous internet service. Read more...

The Explosive Reason Why The PSN And Xbox Live Hacking May Have Stopped

PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both offline on Christmas Day following DDoS attacks by hackers known as Lizard Squad. Many gamers will be able to use their consoles normally today, though, thanks to a surprise intervention.Click To Continue Reading

What took down Microsoft and Sony’s gaming networks? Meet Lizard Squad, the hackers taking credit

Sony's PlayStation Network and Microsoft's Xbox Live are both still recovering after being down for many users Christmas Day, while a hacking collective known as “Lizard Squad” began claiming credit for the outage. So who is the Lizard Squad, and is it really responsible for taking down the world’s top online gaming networks? Here's what you need to know […]

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