As we had mentioned in our earlier post ‘Gaming the Gamers – DDoS: The Enemy’, anyone receiving a new Xbox One or PlayStation 4 on Christmas morning was likely in for a frustrating first experience with the system, as the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both taken down by prolonged distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks. In addition to that, an 18-year-old UK man had been arrested as part of an investigation into these DDOS attacks that crippled PlayStation and Xbox services over Christmas.
Well, the hacker group Lizard Squad, which claims responsibility for the Xmas blackout on Xbox Live and PSN, has discovered its own network has been hacked.
Lizard Squad's "boot-for-hire" service was compromised, with more than 14,000 names revealed.
Lizard Squad had achieved their objectives after their devastating attacks on the Christmas morning. They were obviously so pleased with their achievement that they announced their ‘boot-for-h…