blackhat

Ahmad Fathi

IRL Name: 
Ahmad Fathi
Biography: 

Ahmad is one of seven hackers indicted by the DOJ for 2011-2013 DDoS attacks against US Banks conducted by Iran. As a result of being accused of having a part in the DDoS attacks, he is on the FBI's most wanted cybercriminal list.

Pictures: 
References

dawgyg

IRL Name: 
Tommy DeVoss
Biography: 

He is the former leader of World of Hell (or simply WoH) hacking group. His group claims to be responsible for several high profile attacks in the year 2001. The group gained attention due to its high profile targets and the lighthearted messages it has posted in the aftermath of its attacks.

Pictures: 
References

phphax

Biography: 

phphax known to be the teenage hacker who pwned CIA Director John Brennan's AOL account. It is reported that he discovered sensitive informations

Pictures: 
References

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.

Pictures: 
References

Suit, saywh4t, Hyphee, TheRealHyphee

IRL Name: 
Reece Chambers
Biography: 

Reece Chambers a.k.a Suit in HackForums - is a bot herder, trojan spreader, and password thief who sells skiddie tools and services like botnets, trojans, keyloggers, webpanels for CnC, etc. He is the creator of s00tBOT which he is selling in HackForums.

Pictures: 
References

Phastman

IRL Name: 
Eric L. Crocker
Biography: 

Crocker is from Binghamton, N.Y. (Aged 39 as of 2015)
Crocker was one of 70 individuals arrested in July for their roles in the Darkode cybercrime forum, which facilitated the purchase and trade of botnets, malware and stolen personal data such as payment card details and user credentials. Crocker is scheduled for sentencing on November 23, 2015 and is facing up to three years in prison and a fine of $250,000.

Mafi, Crim, Synthet!c

IRL Name: 
Johan Anders Gudmunds
Biography: 

Hailing from Sollebrunn, Sweden, on July 15th 2015 Gudmunds was accused of serving as the administrator of Darkode. Some news sites consider Darkode to be "haven for the brightest hacking talent in the Western world." The charges against him from the indictment revealed that day are conspiracy to commit computer fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

References

Obscure Images

Biography: 

Cult of the Dead Cow's Director of Insurgence

References

Nitr0jen26

IRL Name: 
Mohammad Sadegh Ahmadzadegan
Biography: 

Nitr0jen26 is one of seven hackers indicted by the DOJ for 2011-2013 DDoS attacks against US Banks conducted by Iran. He was previously known by a php webshell that he published that had multiple bypass methods. As a result of being accused of having a part in the DDoS attacks, he is on the FBI's most wanted cybercriminal list.

Pictures: 
References

Neal Patrick

IRL Name: 
Neal Patrick
Biography: 

Neal Patrick is a member of the 414s which gained notoriety in the early 1980s as a group of friends and computer hackers who broke into dozens of high-profile computer systems, including ones at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and Security Pacific Bank. After their notoriety, Neal had become the unofficial spokesman for the 414s and appeared on TV shows plus on the cover of Newsweek.

Patrick and the 414s were described as meeting the profile of computer hackers at the time: "Young, male, intelligent, highly motivated and energetic". Patrick claimed his only motivation was the challenge of getting into places he was not supposed to, and remaining there undetected. The systems they broke into usually were running Digital Equipment Corporation's VMS operating system.

Pictures: 
References
Syndicate content