In 2001, a pair of Italian programmers wrote a program called Ettercap, a “comprehensive suite for man-in-the-middle attacks” — in other words, a set of tools for eavesdropping, sniffing passwords, and remotely manipulating someone’s computer. Ettercap was free, open source, and quickly became the weapon of choice for analysts testing the security of their networks as well as hackers who wanted to spy on people. One user called it “sort of the Swiss army knife” of this type of hacking.
Looks like @hackingteam was owned. Also, apparently the Italian equivalent of schadenfreude is gioia maligna.
Interesting, we fall under the “Anti HT activists” folder
400GB in dumped data:
IF THE [HACKED TEAM] TORRENT DOESN’T WORK FOR YOU, TRY THE MAGNET LINK
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