She is a hacker and former playmate . An old friend of hers decided to pose on the internet as her and started taking money for doing so.
This did not go down well with her. If there was anyone who was going to be making money off her body, it was going to be her.
She came across an unauthorized website with her pictures, then she took matters into her own hands and hacked into the account herself to take them down the photos.
After the successful attempts, Cooke also used her hacking skills to help others in similar situations
She was also known as the “Hacker Fairy” to other women being taken advantage of on the Internet.
Ying teaches people the basics of hacking; things like changing your IP address or wiping Office passwords
Who doesn’t want to learn how to hack from a beautiful chic ?
She was first noticed in a Chinese Hackers’ forum post that got her noticed and created a huge fan base for her.
Her work is quite impressive as well. She’s an expert in writing hacking software and charges a lot of money for simple courses on hacking tools.
She usually makes about $2000 per month in the hacking business and for that, she certainly deserves your respect.
Kristina was a student at The New York University and is a money mule hacker.
She attempted to defraud several British and U.S. banks of millions of dollars using a Trojan horse malware. With collective team efforts, she earned a sum of more than $3 million by opening fake bank accounts and using fake passports.
Kristina was later arrested in 2011 but released after signing a bond and paying $25,000 as bail.
If she had been convicted, she could have been imprisoned for more than 40 years.
Ravel Alder is certainly s one of the most gifted and intelligent hackers who’s using her education for good use. She was the first female to give a presentation at DefCon, one of the worlds most prestigious gatherings of hackers .
She currently helps corporations protect their data and other sensitive information. She is also a consultant, lecturer and author who deals in hacking and computer security.
Kim also known as Gigabyte, the Belgium national is well known for developing many high caliber viruses that target hardwares and subsequently destroy sensitive information.
She wrote her first virus when she was 14. She wrote the viruses not to gain money but to cement her position in a group of hackers that are dominated by men. She wanted to prove to the world that women too can write viruses and can be dangerous hackers, unlike what the world knows it to be. Her virus, Sharp, is credited to being the first virus ever written in C Sharp.
Vanvaeck was later arrested when she was aged 17 but was out on bail in 24 hours due to her minor status.
Tian formed the female hacking group called “China Girl Security Team,” as she felt that there was no other outlet for teenage girls like her in the male-dominated world of hacking.
Her group has ties with some of the most notorious hacking organisations in the world and has become one of the largest Chinese-based hacking groups.
As with most well-known and outspoken groups of this nature, Tian and the rest of China Girl Security Team continue to receive attention from national and international police organizations due to their activities.
Anna was a Russian hacker who lived in New York City before she was arrested, along with nine others in 2010. She was accused of working for the Illegals Program spy ring under the Russian Federation’s external intelligence agency.
Chapman pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the U.S. Attorney General, and was deported to Russia, as part of a prisoner swap. She also lost her U.S. citizenship.
Google pays Student $10,000 For Reporting Security Flaw
Last year, Google released a result which shows that hackers were rewarded $3 million throughout 2016. Recently, a Uruguayan student has been rewarded with $10,000 because he managed to discover a vulnerability in Google.
According to Ezequiel Pereira, he found the vulnerability when he was playing with Google services using a web security testing tool known as Burp Suite.
He was actually playing with Burp Suite to find the vulnerability, after many failed attempts, he discovered that the internal web page of yaqs.googleplex.com didn’t have the username or password check in place.
Googleplex.com hosts several Google App Engine applications.
Ezequiel Pereira wrote
“The website’s homepage redirected me to “/eng”, and that page was pretty interesting, it had many links to different sections about Google services and infrastructure, but before I visited any section, I read something in the footer: “Google Confidential
“At that point I stopped poking at the website and reported the issue right away, without even thinking of a better way to show the vulnerability than with Burp”
He also shared screenshots of the email exchanges with Google’s security team the same day. Google’s security team confirmed that the bug he reported was very effective. Pereira says he was very surprised when he received $10,000 from Google team for his work after a month.
However, Google has resolved the vulnerability and the large reward was because they found a few variants that would have allowed an attacker access sensitive data”
It Actually Happened : Google Was Just Hacked The Second Time
A lone hacker managed to hack the Google Brazil domain and deface it for about 30 minutes. According to reports, the hacker, who uses the name, ‘Kuroi’SH’, managed to post messages celebrating his exploit on the Google Brazil home page.
For about 30 minutes on Tuesday evening, users of Google in Brazil were greeted by a message announcing the hack by ‘Kuroi’SH. News of the successful hack immediately went viral in Brazil, with fresh claims that the hacker had also succeeded in defacing other major domains emerging.
‘It is a great moment to die. Two Google at once. I don’t even care,’ the hacker wrote on the Google Brazil domain page. The message continued with some pretty hard words.
According to the hacker the term he used ‘two Google at once,’ indicated that he had successfully hacked the Google domains for Brazil and Paraguay. The hacker indicated that although he had successfully defaced the Google domain for Paraguay, he did not have the time to upload the defaced homepage. It is still not clear if the hacker had successfully defaced the Google domain name for Paraguay as well.
It apparently seems that the hacker was not sponsored by any form of high ideals, as many would expect.
‘It was meant to show that everything can be hacked and that we should take our security issues very seriously,’ he said.
This just comes in a period when it appears that hackers are increasingly targeting high-value domains for fun. A few weeks ago, a group of Pakistani hackers ‘TeaM Pak’, managed to hack the Google domain for Bangladesh . The hackers then uploaded a defaced page filled with pro-Pakistani messages and indicating that everyone is vulnerable to such attacks.
In the case of Google Brazil case, the company was quick to point out that it had not been hacked.
‘DNS servers may have suffered an attack, redirecting to other sites,’ it posted.
However, there were also unverified reports which indicated that the hacker may have also managed to deface Google Translate and Google Maps domain. However, these reports were not verified. Also, the Google Brazil homepage was restored almost immediately news of the hacking started spreading.