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Abu Hussain al-Britani, Jihadi John, TriCk

IRL Name: 
Junaid Hussain
Biography: 

Junaid Hussain a.k.a Abu Hussain al-Britani is a British black hat hacker and terrorist hacker who supported the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Hussain, who grew up in Birmingham, was jailed in 2012 for hacking Tony Blair's accounts and posting his personal information online. Hussain left the UK around 2013 for Syria, and was at one point suspected of being the infamous executioner "Jihadi John".

As part of Isis “Cyber Caliphate”, Hussain is also believed to have aided Isis in obtaining the passwords of the US Central Command’s Twitter and YouTube accounts in January and briefly using them to send pro-Isis messages.

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Hex00010

IRL Name: 
William Premore
Biography: 

Hex00010 is an ousted member of TeamP0isoN who is known for scamming people by selling unconfirmed and fake 0day exploits like Scada & OsCommerence.

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TriCk

IRL Name: 
Junaid Hussain
Biography: 

A member of TeaMp0isoN and representing the United Kingdom. TriCk is responsible for data breaches which of T-Mobile and the United Nations were targeted. He and his team target countries such as Nigeria, Palestine, Syria and Peru. In January 2011 unauthorized status updates were posted on Mark Zuckerberg and French President Nicolas Sarkozy's accounts on facebook, The Daily Beast reported 16 year old hacker TriCk along with members of a hacking team known as "ZHC" said they had exploited a bug in the site allowing them to post updates and block newsfeeds. They joined Anonymous to launch Operation Robin Hood, intending to hack into websites to obtain credit cards and make donations to activists’ organizations around the world in an echo to the Bank Transfer Day movement. TriCk was arrested on or around April 14, 2012, Operation Retaliation was announced by TeaMp0isoN April 16, 2012.

On August 28th, 2015, it was reported that TriCk had joined ISIS as one of their most prominent hackers and had been killed by a drone strike.

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