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Meet the Ex-Hacker Who is Now Banned from the Internet

May 24th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Miscellaneous | 0 Comment

Meet the Ex-Hacker Who is Now Banned from the Internet

What happens when you’re so dangerous to the internet that you get banned? Ask programmer Higinio Ochoa, an ex-hacker who is banned from the internet as part of his parole agreement. Higinio was part of the infamous Cabin Cr3w hacking group back in 2012. That group was affiliated with Anonymous. Higinio himself got caught in one of the most ironic and hilarious ways ever. Higinio Ochoa pos

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How to Remain Anonymous All the Time Online

Feb 13th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Pc Protection | 0 Comment

How to Remain Anonymous All the Time Online

You don’t have to be part of an elite hacking group to be anonymous online. Being anonymous means protecting your personal information and hiding your identity. With the right tips and tricks, it’s surprisingly easy to stay anonymous online. Whether you’re committing illegal acts or just don’t want people peeking in on your browsing habits, we can show you exactly how to remain anonymou

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Millions of GoDaddy sites taken down by single hacker

Sep 12th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Protection News | 0 Comment

Millions of GoDaddy sites taken down by single hacker

Earlier this week, millions of GoDaddy sites from around the world were taken down. The attack was initially attributed to well-known hacking groups like Anonymous, although nobody stepped up to claim responsibility for the attack. Today, one Twitter user stepped up to take responsibility for the attack. @AnonymousOwn3r has been answering questions about the attack all day. He initially tweeted

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Over one million personal accounts allegedly leaked online through Project Hellfire

Aug 28th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Protection News | 0 Comment

Over one million personal accounts allegedly leaked online through Project Hellfire

When a team of hackers calls something ‘Project Hellfire’, it’s rarely a good thing for internet users around the world. A hacking group called Team GhostShell recently leaked a huge amount of sensitive data onto the internet for anybody to see. The data includes private records from government agencies, advertisers, consulting firms, and many other types of companies. The data was report

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