We all know very well that the hacker group OurMine is known for some mess on the internet: as they have invaded the accounts of Mark Zuckerberg on social networks, recently hacked the website of Wikileaks and even accessed the account of the CEO of Twitter. But, now they got the return gift, yes, OurMine hacking group, who hack others, gets hacked.
OurMine Hacking Group, Who Hack Others, Gets HACKED!
The hacker group OurMine is known for some mess on the internet: as they have invaded the accounts of Mark Zuckerberg on social networks, hacked the website of Wikileaks and even accessed unduly account of the CEO of Twitter.
It is not clear when this group was organized, but it is speculated with the possibility that they had left the collective Annonymous, something that would not be a surprise taking into account that the hacktivist group does not have a nucleus or dome that organizes it.
The first time we started talking about OurMine was in July 2015, when some media reported that they had launched a DDoS attack against several financial institutions, allegedly accessing their accounts and stealing $500,000 that “would distribute among the poor”.
Recently, we informed you about the Wikileaks, a non-profit organization that publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media provided by anonymous sources whose website was hacked by a notorious hacking group well-known by the name “OurMine”.
But, now anyone who tries to access the OurMine website at the moment of reading this paragraph is faced with a message left by a group of Turkish hackers, identified by Jonturk75 & RootDevilz & Bozkurt97: “When a hacking group is hacked by another group, hacked will be a lammer for hackers.”
As The Hacker News shows, who first noticed the irony, OurMine self-defines itself as a group of white-hat hackers, which invades systems with the aim of giving hackers a safety lesson and even offers consulting services. Apparently, they also need a few safety lessons and security consultant.
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