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Infamous Hacker GhostShell Reveals True Identity to Obtain Legitimate Job

The hacking crew Team GhostShell's leader GhostShell recently disclosed who he actually was during an interview to CyberWarNews.info and DataBreaches.net in a joint meeting. The hacker's activity had started early 2012, while thus far attacking hundreds of targets resulting in the revelation of several thousand private information pieces in the process.

The entities GhostShell targeted consisted of several Top 1,000 online sites of Alexa such as large corporations, U.S government organizations, university portals along with several others. Usually, the hacker did his activities under GhostShell name itself; however, according to him, he used Anonymous' name while releasing leaks because he thought that'd be in favor of the cause to a greater extent rather if he utilized his name.

The height of GhostShell's activity was during 2012-end 2013. At the time he avoided posting data leaks. Nevertheless, he would largely carry out hacking then also while concentrating largely over high-profile targets. He was the introducer of 'dark hacktivism' concept that gained him fame within hacktivism world. Among only a few, GhostShell is another who escaped every time. Mobpicker.com posted this, March 14, 2016.

And while LulzSec, Anonymous alternatively the latest CWA computer attackers got arrested at least once, GhostShell along with team participants never made it to the press in this respect.

GhostShell who had sent his old passport's copy to Dissent boar the real name as Razvan Eugen Gheorghe in it. Aged 24-yrs, he was a Romanian residing within Romania's capital Bucharest.

Naturally being very frustrated, the hacker wishes he be arrested following which he may earn one plea deal wherein he would settle for gaining a lawful employment within cyber-security field thus offering his services to do everything good.

The map displaying the house address of GhostShell as in the passport helped the highly efficient head office of Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) of Romania to earlier arrest Guccifer, one more computer hacker from Romania who has been extremely engaged in the crime during recent years.

GhostShell's house is just 2 kilometers far from DIICOT, implying it would merely take ten minutes for officials in case they desired for arresting him anytime.

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