Krypt3ia

(Greek: κρυπτεία / krupteía, from κρυπτός / kruptós, “hidden, secret things”)

Alfaloja, Shamikh1, and Gaza Hackers

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There’s an article on Wired.com that talks about the hack attacks in 2008 around 9/11 that happened to the boys at Faloja. Evidently the faloja kids are worried again that they are about to get popped this weekend too because they keep hitting my post on this site about that… And they should be worried I think. We will see what the weekend brings.

Meanwhile, I took a look at Shamikh1, one of the sister sites to ansar and faloja. While I was poking about with Maltego on this site I interestingly came up with a link to another site, gaza-hacker.com, which is a new one for me. It seems that the kids at gaza hackers also have connections with shamikh, which plays to the whole “security” bent that the jihadis have had since those attacks took their sites down in 08.

For a security site though, they seem to be freely giving out their email addresses and their user ID’s on this site. If they are worth their salt though, they are using the usual precautions of TOR and other methods of obfuscation, but, everyone makes mistakes… Maybe some of them have. As you can see from the maltego map, they tend to use short usernames in the hotmail addresses, somewhat random ones too. I will have to do some more searches to see where else they post and what they are saying… This could be interesting.

Lets see what the weekend brings…

More soon

CoB

Written by Krypt3ia

2010/09/10 at 11:33

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