On Saturday a transparency collective named “Distributed Denial of Secrets” tweeted that they have released a massive data set from a recent breach. Over 2 terabytes of data has been released and is hosted by DDoS and on Torrents. In addition to the data that was released the hacker published a manifesto and hacking guide called “HackBack - A DIY Guide to rob banks” alongside the data dump. The hacker, who goes by Phineas Fisher, originally wrote the HackBack guide in Spanish, however, this morning I found a translated copy.
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