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Dshocker

IRL Name: 
Nathan Hanshaw
Biography: 

Dshocker is a Massachusetts-based ddoser and packet kiddie who broke into multiple corporate computer systems and manipulated thousands of botnets. He then used that network of computers to launch cyberattacks on other computer servers and telephone systems, among other improprieties. His efforts even prompted SWAT teams and other public safety officials to respond to phony bomb threats. He got raided in 2008 and agreed to an 11-month prison sentence to be served in a juvenile detention facility.

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Shin

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A 39 year old Korean that was very well known for hacking into Hyundai Financial Services systems. He was able to attain details on 1.75 million customers by hacking into a proxy server that the administrators used in that firm. Once he gained this information he contacted Hyundai and blackmailed them for over $500,000 dollars or else he would release this information to the public. Hyundai decided to pay him $100,000 dollars for him to not release the data, he agreed. After that event he was wanted by Interpol and to elude them he passed himself off as Japanese. A Korean accomplice known as Heo was arrested and ratted him out. Shin was arrested by the Philippine authorities in the Batangas province in 2011. He was released on December 14, 2012 and repatriated back to Korea.

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Cisban Evil Priest, Android Pope

IRL Name: 
Randy Abel
Biography: 

He is a known phreaker from the 80's and one of the members of Extasyy Elite, a short-lived phreak group.

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Christopher David Long

Biography: 

A 25 year old Canadian, best known for pleading guilty to hacking into Carly Rae Jepsen's email and social media accounts. In the process, he also obtained nude photographs of her. In September 2013 he received a four-month "conditional" sentence where he wouldn't serve jail time, but was restricted to work, school and home. In addition, he was banned from attending any of Jepsen's concerts and trying to make contact with her in any way.

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snc0pe

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snc0pe is a defacer known for leaking the passwords of Core Security and defacing its website in 2011 as part of his 'Free Topiary Campaign'. He also pawned Strategic Security's website in the year 2011.

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Peter

IRL Name: 
Peter Gibson
Biography: 

Peter Gibson is one of the guys behind 'Operation Payback' which targeted major companies like PayPal and Visa with a series of DDos attacks and that he admitted his role in the said conspiracy.

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NikonElite

IRL Name: 
Ashley Rhodes
Biography: 

Ashley Rhodes a.k.a NikonElite is one of the guys behind 'Operation Payback' which targeted major companies like PayPal and Visa with a series of DDos attacks.

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Nerdo

IRL Name: 
Christopher Weatherhead
Biography: 

Christopher Weatherhead a.k.a Nerdo has been convicted in a London court on one count of conspiracy to impair the operation of computers under the 1977 Criminal Law Act. He was arrested in January 2011 in connection with "Operation Payback", a series of prolonged Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks that targeted PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and other web sites after they refused to process payments to Wikileaks. He is said to have coordinated the DDoS attacks through IRC chat rooms as the "communications manager" for a group of hackers belonging to the Anonymous collective, according to a report in The Guardian.

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Eshkinkot

IRL Name: 
Eshkinkot
Biography: 

A hacker from Russia that hacked into the Georgia governments CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team). He is part of the 'Georbot Botnet'. He spread malware into the computers allowing him to steal sensitive documents. In an effort to prevent this the Georgian (CERT) team planted a file that served as bait to the hacker. The hacker took the bait and the government was able to attain images of the hacker known only as Eshkinkot. As of now he has not been arrested.

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ViruS_HimA

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ViruS_HimA is an Egyptian defacer who rose into fame for hacking into Adobe servers, dumped 150,000 accounts and leaked private data in November 2012. He also leaked Yahoo's data in December 2012.

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