FOX News, once itself a target of the LulzSec hacker group, broke an explosive story on March 6th, 2012 that the Anonymous movement had been infiltrated at one of its cores for 8-9 months by an FBI informant — none other than Sabu — one of the most wanted hackers in the world. Raids of various alleged members of Lulzsec and Anonymous took place across a couple of continents, United States, UK and Ireland. “Sabu”, apparently 28-year-old Hector Xavier Monsegur, was the guardian of two young kids and lived in the projects in the Lower East Side of New York City. He was reportedly unmasked through a accumulation of small slips worth detailing:
FOX News reported: “handlers allowed him to work from the home… using a PC laptop provided by the FBI. […] Monitoring software on his government-issued laptop allowed the feds to see what he did in real time. The FBI has had an agent watching his online activity 24 hours a day. […] Sabu and his FBI handlers also disseminated false information to the public and hacker community — often through Twitter, sometimes through unsuspecting reporters who thought they’d landed an online interview with the notorious hacker. Their correspondence was sometimes directly with agents. More often it was with Sabu acting on strict guidance from the agents sitting with him, reading his every word. “About 90 percent of what you see online is bulls—-,” said one of Monsegur’s handlers, referring to the Twitter posts from Sabu’s account and “interviews” he’s given to the press on direction from the FBI as part of their disinformation campaign. On an Internet that forgets nothing, once a document is made publicly available, even if only briefly, it may be archived in perpetuity. One old clue to even one element of a still-in-use identity can be enough to take down even the most careful hacker…..
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