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Yet another hacking group aimed to take down Microsoft's Xbox Live network, causing online outages between both parts of the United States and much of Europe. Was it out of anarchy or a wake up call?
The website of hacking collective Phantom Squad has been defaced by a rival hacking group, known as 'SKidNP' - although it initially appeared that the defacement was carried out by Lizard Squad.
A newly-formed hacking group has claimed that they will attempt to take down both Xbox Live and PSN over the coming weeks, to bring the lack of cyber-security to the attention of the public.
Microsoft was among many companies targeted in Lizard Squad's hack-for-hire services. The cybergang became notorious after forcing PSN and Xbox Live to go offline on Christmas last year.
After publicly admitting to poor business decisions regarding the pre-loaded Superfish software on Lenovo machines, Lizard Squad decides the company could use a good hacking as punishment.
The Lizard Squad group appear to have struck again, this time poisoning the DNS for Google Vietnam. Although service has been restored, they have endured the wrath of many Vietnamese.
Lizard Squad continues taking down websites, this time it included a whole lot of various communication and social media services including Facebook, Instagram, AIM, Tinder, Hipchat and MySpace.
After hitting Xbox Live and PSN last year, Lizard Squad has struck again - this time targeting Malaysia Airlines, replacing its homepage with an image of a plane and the title '404 - Plane Not Found'.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the UK, and computing equipment confiscated, as part of a joint investigation with the FBI into recent attacks against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network.
After claiming responsibility to takedowns of both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network multiple times in recent months, Lizard Squad is becoming web mercenaries for hire.
Microsoft had a few rough days with the Lizard Squad attacks on its Xbox Live service; it now looks like they will enter 2015 with yet another problem, the leak of the Xbox One SDK.
Lizard Squad has claimed they gave the internal employee logins to the Sony hackers, which allowed them to break into Sony's systems, but it denied any role in the breach itself.
Anonymous has leaked the personal details of one of the members of Lizard Squad, in response to the groups' attacks on Tor, which Lizard Squad said was only used by miscreants and pedophiles.
Kim Dotcom is the sole person responsible for stopping Lizard Squad's attack on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, according to Kim. He offered Lizard Squad an unlimited Mega account in exchange.
Sony and Microsoft have been hit with another attack rendering their respective gaming services offline. "Lizard Squad" has been suspected of causing the latest issues.
After hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for two Xbox Live outages last week, the same group has taken credit for bringing down Sony's PlayStation Network today.
The PlayStation Network has suffered a DDOS attack on Sunday. Despite the attack, no personal information has been accessed and services are gradually being restored.