Statement from Hacker Who Was Linkedin's Nightmare 1
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In a content we shared with you in the past weeks, Linkedin, the world’s largest professional life-oriented social media platform, More than 700 million user’s data is stolen we mentioned. The hacker who steals the data can send them through a hacking platform. was on sale. Now, some statements made by this hacker on the subject have come to light. What you are about to read is the kind that will make you question your existence in the internet world.

According to the information obtained, the hacker, who stole the data of more than 700 million users on Linkedin, ” Tom Liner“. Information such as where the hacker lives and who he is. unknown. The hacker only hacks LinkedIn users’ data “for fun“. Moreover, he sold this data for $5,000 each.

Tom Liner nicknames people who buy data “happy customers”

Statement from Hacker Who Was Linkedin's Nightmare 2

According to the statements made by the Linkedin thief, the stolen data, to multiple sold. Stating that he is satisfied with these sales, the hacker said, “For those who bought the data of 700 million users, ” happy customers“. The hacker, who does not explain what his customers will do with this data, malicious hackers

It says it might be used by . However, Liner doesn’t really care about this situation. Because the hacker makes his living in this way.

By the way, Linkedin isn’t Tom Liner’s only hack. The same hacker Facebook was also the leading actor of some big data leaks. that big database, explaining how he created it, the hacker states that he learned the techniques he learned on Facebook and used it on LinkedIn as well. The self-confident hacker told the BBC saying no one can find him, ended the call with the words “have fun”. . .

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