News of the Silex Botnet may have broken on June 26th, but I have two things all of my ‘competition’ does not: the source code of the Botnet and an interview with the hackers whom built/deployed it.
Since the start of June, different members of Ghost Squad Hackers have been working together to begin releasing the free version of sources codes to tools they’ve used throughout the past.
Yesterday evening M1r0x of Ghost Shuad Hackers announced a hack and defacement of the Presidency International School of Bangladesh, their 3rd such hack/deface of a south eastern Asian institution in the last 3 months.
For weeks hackers have been advertising/preparing for a massive round of cyber attacks against the Government of Sudan today, April 6th 2019. As you can now see, several attacks are already under way with many more on the horizon.
Yesterday evening, M1r0x of Ghost Squad Hackers hacked and defaced a Government web portal owned by the Bung Subdistrict Administrative Organization of Thailand, their first such public hack since February 9th 2019.
SCode404 of Ghost Squad Hackers appears to have assembled a botnet capable producing Layer 7 DDoS attacks topping out at around 2.9 Terabits per second during testing- literally doubling the current world record holder.
As Omar al-Bashir announces his Party will step away from power by 2020, joining with those risking their lives on the ground, here’s a look at the undeniable role international hackers and activists have played in Sudan’s revolution.
Yesterday a hacking group known as Zakrytye hacked and defaced a website belonging to INDU Enterprises, a business solutions service providers operating out of Moscow, Russia.
As the revolution inside Sudan continues, more and more hackers and hacking groups have joined the festivities as the cyber attacks continue to plague the Government of Sudan.
S1ege of Ghost Squad Hackers releases a massive file archive containing the identities of countless ISIS leaders, recruiters and sympathizers, compiled as the result of an internal operation unique to GSH known as #OpDecryptISIS
M1r0x of Ghost Squad Hackers hacks/defaces a technological training school in Bangladesh, editing articles with a list of GSH members and using the hack as platform to announce a new offensive against the Islamic State in 2019.
Immediately following the US military’s alleged defeat of ISIS in December 2018, January 2019 has seen the re-emergence of the United Cyber Caliphate and Islamic State hacking factions across the ClearNet.