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Gregory Hanis (might be a poser)

mobman was the original author of Subseven RAT. He then teamed up with read101, fc , SubZ , cosmic and Sub7Crew for the next release of the said RAT. Sub7, or SubSeven or Sub7Server, is the name of a Remote Administration Tool (RAT) program. Its name was derived by spelling NetBus backwards ("suBteN") and swapping "ten" with "seven".

Due to mobman being known as Romanian (several reverences in the original program and historical accounts indicate this) and Hanis' seemingly lack of knowledge about sub7, it is suspected that he is not the real mobman - and actually a poser. He was first publicly outed by illwill on with an article entitled, "Who is the real mobman?"

In 1999, when Hanis was 19, after getting pissed at AT&T for refusing to fix his overcharged cellphone bill, he hacked into the company to change it himself. After pleading to a charge of “modification of intellectual property,” Hanis spent seven months in jail awaiting trial before receiving five years' probation – and then spent months living on the streets after his mom refused to take him back in. The experience left him changed and determined to put his skills to good use.


SubSeven 2.3 was released on March 9, 2010 after over 11 years since SubSevens initial creation by mobman, and 6 years since the last release 2.1.5 that is now unable to run on modern computers XP/Vista/Windows 7. Version 2.3 was released by Read101 with rumours of mobmans blessing and backing of the continuation of the SubSeven project.

On 1 April 2010, 5 days after the website of (official website of the sub7 crew) was defaced, the Sub7 team announced on their website that the project has been shut down, due to the incident with the hacker -Punk-.

On their official website, they said that the sub7 crew will return.


Not Gregory Hanis

mobman, read101, fc , SubZ , and cosmic are the same person.

Is Romanian

Gregory Hanis is a federal informant