FBI complains Dutch suspect DDoS group Lizard Squad on




The FBI has indicted a nineteen year old boy from Leiden by performing DDoS attacks. The boy would be part of the group Lizard Squad and PoodleCorp, who offered a fee DDoS services.

Lizard Squad The FBI filed the lawsuit Wednesday in the court of Chicago. In it, the investigation department suspected the boy of “conspiracy to cause damage to protected computers. In addition to the DDoS attacks, the group where the Dutchman belonged dealt with selling stolen bank details, according to the FBI. On the alleged fact of conspiracy has a maximum sentence of 10 years. Except for the guy from Leiden is the accusation addressed to a well nineteen year old American.

The Dutchman was arrested last month and is since then in custody. He came into the picture at a major international investigation into the Lizard Squad group, which became famous in 2014 after the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live online pulled his attacks. Since then several British teenagers and a Finn arrested for their involvement in the group.

The US authorities had the Lizard Squad image in an investigation into Phonebomber.net, a service that allows members to pay people pestered with repeated phone calls from spoofed numbers. Then they would have transferred their land to DDoS attacks surcharge. The group focused on online game services to gain notoriety and to ‘advertise’ for their service. The FBI is part of the indictment the domain shenron.lizardsquad.org, lizardsquad.org, stresser.poodlecorp.org and poodlecorp.org seized.


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