UGNazi wreaked havoc across the US from 2012-1014. From government officials and to the Wounded Warrior Project. Click here for several key elements.
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Most hackers fall into one of two groups. Computer enthusiasts who pursue noble causes or cybercriminals. Adrian Lamo doesn't fit into either, see why here
Judain and the Cyber Caliphate Hackers' story ends in death. Several key elements of this story will be discussed. Click to read this Hollywood movie plot.
Team Poison and its leader, Judain 'Trick' Hussain, drew international attention with their hacks. The fact that they were mostly teens didn't limit them.
Discover key information about the Syrian Electronic Army, their connections, attacks, and members as the Famous Hackers and Their Groups Series continues.
Some hacker groups have noble intentions. Masters of Deception(MOD) doesn't fall into that category. Learn about this group of teenage boys of hackers.
The word hacker often conjures a negative image, but this isn't always the case. Read about Oxblood Ruffin and Cult of the Dead Cow, famous hackers.
Most hackers stay in the shadows, however sometimes become well-known. Click here to learn about Mudge and L0ft respected 90's hackers!
Famous Hackers and Their Members: Julius Kivimaki and the Lizard Squad Hacker groups sometimes become infamous for their actions. See what actions here.
Famous Hackers and Their Groups: Albert Gonzalez and his 'Get Rich or Die Trying' Crew Hackers keep the cybersecurity world on edge. Read why here.