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Hackers’ Identities Are Unmasked by Controversial Twitter Feed (Correct)

Aug. 3, 2022, 2:17 PM

Anonymous social media accounts keep unveiling suspected hackers. But first...

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Who’s pulling the mask off all those hackers?

Nothing is more important to a cybercriminal than their anonymity. It’s the shield that protects them from facing the consequences of their actions, like being held liable for the damage they caused or arrested and extradited to a foreign country.

So when an anonymous Twitter account began tweeting ...