The Lizard Squad

Discussion in 'Projects' started by white_wolf, Dec 9, 2014.


What do you think of lizard squad?

Poll closed Dec 16, 2014.
They are harmless 1 vote(s) 25.0%
They have to be dealt with, to set an example for others. 2 vote(s) 50.0%
no immediate action required. 1 vote(s) 25.0%
  1. oh, right well in that case I'm sorry. I had no idea you knew how to post a meme. Who would you like me to attack for you? I totally trust you now.
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  2. redstoned21 Member

    I'm confused...
  3. A.O.T.F Member

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  5. White Tara Global Moderator

    Nope, such suggestions will not be entertained on wwp.
    no more ok.
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  6. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    He's reached 3
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  7. phantom101 Member

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  8. A.O.T.F Member

    Router botnets .... all their passwords were stored in plain text.

    You're a very norty boy, packetprophet :D
  9. rof Member

    What will happen to the Lizard Squad hackers?
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  10. The Wrong Guy Member

    A 17-year-old has been convicted of 50,700 charges related to Lizard Squad's notorious hacks

    By Cale Guthrie Weissman, Business Insider

    A 17 year old by the name of Julius "zeekill" Kivimaki has been convicted of 50,700 computer crimes charges in relation to a series of hacks committed by the infamous computer hacking gang Lizard Squad.

    The teen was given a two-year suspended prison sentence and ordered to fight cybercrime, reports the Daily Dot, citing Finnish newspaper Kaleva.

    Lizard Squad has taken credit for a slew of big hacks over the last few years, including a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the PlayStation and Xbox networks, as well as a reported assault on the anonymizing communication service Tor.

    Little was known about those behind Lizard Squad, beyond the tweets it sent out and varying reports about the ages and ethnicities of its members.

    In December 2014, security journalist Brian Krebs published a post in which he claimed to identify two Lizard Squad members. Not long after Krebs’ report went out, authorities seized two alleged hackers — Kivimaki, and one 22 year old from the UK.

    In April 2015 Kivimaki was implicated in another cybercrime, this time for facilitating online harassment against a 20-year-old American named Blair Strater. Strater’s family was the butt of a string of bullying events reportedly facilitated by Kivimaki. One stunt resulted in thousands of people around the world calling Strater’s home in the hopes of getting a free Tesla.

    According to the Daily Dot, Kivimaki’s charges include "data breaches, felony payment fraud, telecommunication harassments, and other counts relate to fraud and violations of company secrets."

    The Finnish paper added that the Finnish teen had been performing illegal hacks since the age of 15.

  11. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  14. Darth Alor Member

    ... I didn't even know a person could be convicted of that many charges :confused:, as usual they make them work for them "fighting cybercrime".
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  16. The Wrong Guy Member

    6 British teenagers arrested for using Lizard Squad's rent a DDoS tool, Lizard Stresser

    The police have arrested six teenagers, aged between 15 and 18 years on suspicion of launching Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks renting the tool created by infamous band of hackers, Lizard Squad.

    Lizard Squad who had earned infamy for bringing down the Xbox and PlayStation servers during the Christmas weekend. They had gone on to create a rent-a-ddos service called Lizard Stresser which could be hired anonymously to launch DDoS attacks against targets.

    The male suspects, who are aged between 15 and 18 included a 18 year old teenager from West Yorkshire, were arrested by police for allegedly renting out the Lizard Stresser and DDoSing website.

    The National Crime Agency (NCA) which is the nodal agency investigating into the Xbox and PlayStation DDoS attacks said that the teenagers are suspected of renting the Lizard Stresser using bitcoins in an attempt to remain anonymous.

    The teenagers had allegedly targeted various websites including a UK national newspaper, a school, gaming companies and a number of online retailers. NCA has not named the websites which were DDoSed by the teenagers or whether the DDoS attacks were successful.

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  18. bcc

    Make the connection that ISIS is Islamic.

    Also, Junaid Hussein was taken out in a drone strike.
  19. yeah without trial he was killed. How is that legal? Who has the authority to kill people WITHOUT A TRAIL??? No one should have that authority. Funny somehow I bet he's still alive working for DoD right now.
  20. ..and here comes Lizard Squad again taking down PSN....this is so many times can you get away with doing the same crime to a multi billion dollar company that somehow keeps letting this happen...something is going on here and its not just Lizard Squad protesting ISIS using PSN to plan an attack. An attack that has so far produced no video.

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