Which hacker group is behind today’s Playstation Network DDOS Attack?
Initially, it was believed to be the work of “LizardSquad“, but now it seems like a new culprit has stepped up and claimed credit for the attack.
This new guys is “FAME” with a Twitter handle “@FamedGod”, as per the details we received from some of our readers, he is a member of Anonymous Group, the hackers behind famous “2011 PSN Outage”.
As a proof, FAMEGod has revealed the IPs addresses of Lizard Squad members. Take a look some important tweets from FameGod below:
“Why must someone take credit of ones work? LizardSquad couldnt hurt a fly. Decrypting a memory dump and finding the server was all my work.”
“Everyone Retweet this so everyone understands that i provided the proof.”
“People think a skid group called “Lizard Squad” actually did something… lol. It was hard to find your main group IP either. 188.8.131.52″
FameGod further revealed the reason behind why he hacked Playstation Network with DDOS attack today. He stated that he wanted to teach Sony a lesson.
“Learn and hire people for security you cheap a** company,” he said.
If Sony wanted to they could easily HIRE a team to monitor servers and filter DDoS attacks. They too high a mighty to spend money. #RIP.
Lastly, FameGod states that Xbox is his next Hacking Project under codename “Project Micro” and added:
See atleast Xbox and Microsoft are smart and dont operate on one datacenter. Sony your f**king aids.