7 most dangerous hackers of all time in the world

Kevin Mitnick

Kevin Mitnick is one of the most well-known hackers ever. He was known for his ability to trick people and take advantage of weaknesses. In the 1990s, he was found guilty of several cybercrimes, such as wire fraud and computer theft.

Albert Gonzalez 

Gonzalez conducted one of the greatest credit card frauds ever. He planned and executed the theft of millions of credit card numbers by hacking into the payment systems of many large businesses.

adrian lamo

Adrian Lamo, who was known as the "homeless hacker," became famous when he caught Chelsea Manning, who had given WikiLeaks secret papers. People paid a lot of attention to Lamo's moral dilemma and the following arrest of Manning.

Jonathan James 

Jonathan James, born in 1983 and known as "c0mrade," was a young hacker. In the early 2000s, he gained reputation for his early hacking exploits and was involved in notable activities. In 1999, at the age of 15, one of his most significant actions was tapping into NASA's computer systems.

Jeanson James Ancheta

Jeanson James Ancheta, commonly known as "Resilient" or "T00ls," gained notoriety as a hacker by controlling the "Butterfly Botnet." This botnet was made up of multiple compromised computers that he exploited to launch cyberattacks.

Matthew Bevan and Richard Pryce

Matthew Bevan, known as "Kuji," was a British hacker who gained notoriety in the 1990s for his intrusions into U.S. military computer systems. He and his partner, Richard Pryce, accessed sensitive military information, leading to concerns about national security. 

Gary McKinnon 

Gary McKinnon, a British hacker, broke into computers used by the U.S. government and military. His actions are said to have caused a lot of trouble and left security holes open. The U.S. tried to get him sent back to them but failed.

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