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26 Sep 2020
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Hackers steal database from the largest hosting provider of the Dark-Web 

Hackers steal database from the largest hosting provider of the Dark-Web

Hacktivist/Hacker group Anonymous has returned with a video that pledges to expose Minneapolis Police Department’s “many crimes to the world” following the killing of George Floyd.

Hacker steals database from the largest hosting provider and claims to bring out very culprit.

The video, which shows an activist wearing the group’s trademark Guy Fawkes mask, and speaking with an electronically manipulated voice, ends with the message: “We Are Legion. Expect us.

It was on May 21, reports emerged, a hacker hacks into the database of DH (Daniel’s Hosting) leaking information.

DH, as know for its large, and free web hosting service provider for darknet is now leaked. The hacker- under the pseudonym “KingNull”— also claims to be part of the Anonymous collective and reportedly got the information after the second hacking suffered by DH on March 10, which resulted in 7,600 dark websites taken down.

As the hacker video virals, video message posted on its Facebook page, a member of the group spoke at length about the police brutality across the US.

He added that the Minneapolis Police Department is among the “worst and has a horrible track record of violence and corruption”.

The killing of George Floyd “is just the tip of the iceberg in a long list of high profile cases of wrongful deaths at the hands of officers in your state,” the person, sporting a facemask and a hoodie, said.

The video revealed included, details of the recent killing in Minnesota and added that the police officers involved in them should face charges and the officer who killed George Floyd should face murder charges.

“Unfortunately, we do not trust your corrupt organization to carry out justice. So we will be exposing your many crimes to the world. We are Legion. Expect us,” it concluded by saying.

According to reports, the leaked data includes 3,671 email addresses, 7,205 passwords, and 8,850 private keys of the domains attached to the dark web sites.

DH after the leak, though it is reportedly illegal home of cybercrimes, warns its affected user to change their leaked passwords as it could contribute to hijacking accounts and lot others.

The anonymous Hacker also is apparently hacking the Chicago police department radios all night and been playing “Polka music” and “Fuck the police” so as the cops can’t communicate about the protest.

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