According to reports dated November 23 from Motherboard, a hacker known as “5hm00p” has confessed on Twitter that he served as a FBI informant and was involved in betraying some of his fellow hackers. He claims to have helped the US government nab the hacker turned ISIS fighterJunaid Hussain. “5hm00p,” a famous hacker and member of the hacker group Rustle League, identified himself over the weekend as an FBI “snitch,” as he put it. 5hm00p explains in a tweet dated November 20 that the FBI had approached him almost two years ago who made him believe that he was going to beRAIDED, if he did not cooperate in a terror investigation. Early Sunday morning, cryptically tweeted “What the f*** have I done”. According to an archived copy of 5hm00p’s now deleted tweets pointed at the FBI, “I lost a lot of good friendships and my f****** honor. I’m so embarrassed to show my face in public now because of this.” “Congratulations,” he wrote. “You got it. Congratulations, you got what you wanted on my friend @_DillonC all because you thought he was with some bullshit terrorist group.” Apparently, 5hm00p is the primary provider for his family. After the FBI threatened […]
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