More news from the
hacker war front...
John Vranesevich reveals
how he tracks hackers for Salon magazine. If
you are a cyberspace criminal, your "best friend" just
might turn out to be Vranesevich in disguise...
faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000
fine after pleading guilty to breaking into White House
and U.S. Army Web sites. He's also up
for a Darwin Award for missing his sentencing on account
of getting busted for burglary. What a way to impress the judge,
huh? Read more about MostHated and his
attempts to portary himself as a trustworthy computer security
Hell gang gets yet more bad publicity. This is the same
character who intimated he
might sue Carolyn Meinel for making fun of his claims
in an interview with ubergullible
reporter Brock Meeks that he really, honest to gosh,
had left his life of crime to become a trustworthy computer
security professional. Oh, yes, he's also the charming fellow
who, along with Brian Martin of Attrition.org,
participated in a threat to
burn down the offices of Antionline.
Seems these Global Hellers don't think some of us reporters are
sufficiently fawning. Message to Global Hell: time to wake
up and smell the cell block.
Who did the distributed DOS attacks against
Yahoo, the FBI, Antionline, Happy Hacker, and so
many other web sites? It seems like everyone and her brother
is trying to track down those criminals. Fingers are pointing
of Wolfeboro, NH. Read John Vranesevich's hilarious
take on all the mistakes self-described hacker
trackers have been making. Click here for information on
how those attacks are made
and how you can fight them.
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