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Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

For 8 years, a hacker operated a massive IoT botnet just to download Anime videos

For 8 years, a hacker operated a massive IoT botnet just to download Anime videos

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  1. >a German man name Stefan

    I know one of those :O

    (I actually know 3, it is a common name, sometimes written as Stephan)

  2. Can someone explain this in simple language ?

  3. maybe something like this but for the Wayback Machine.

  4. Yeah, I told my brother when he started buying cheap chinese cameras for his garage’s surveillance system that I was going to put them on their own VLAN and block their access to the internet. I don’t know what they could have on there, and I don’t want them phoning home. The Zoneminder server is local to the network and that’s the only thing they need to talk to.

    Stuff like this makes me feel justified in doing it.

  5. Sooo…. where is his collection? I’ve been hurting ever since Otaku Stream went down 🙁

  6. So…a distributed preservation of service attack. Cool.

  7. Anyone else read this as “an 8 year old operated a massive IoT botnet just to download Anime movies”?

  8. So back in my day, I used to be a part of what they call The Scene, which is a group of groups that are responsible for most of the illegal downloads of games, movies, music, etc. that you see around the internet. Back before the fast internet we have today, websites, SQL servers, and many others were prime for hacking for these groups due to their high speeds, large HDD space available to distribute these files in large amounts at high speeds, and the simplicity of exploits that were floating around at the time.

    While torrents pretty much killed the traditional method of warez distribution mentioned prior, there are still groups that use these means, and this sounds very much like one of them.

    Anime distribution networks were quite prized back in my day as there were very few of them available as their groups were not taken seriously by other scene groups and this disbarred them from most established networks. So it would not surprise me if this was someone’s aggravated pet project to rectify that.

  9. Damn, wanted to do this with raspis hidden outside coffee shops for ages

  10. >Second, the botnet never strayed from its Anime video leeching purpose. Forcepoint said the botnet did not execute DDoS attacks, nor did it find evidence that the botnet tried to access user data stored on the NAS and NVR devices.

    What a legend.

  11. Oooo sempi luvs the anime. He’s so good at luving the anime ooooo yes.

  12. duh. Maybe he is nyaa.si operator. Wondering if there is a version to download Japanese linux ISOs

  13. Thats the reason why the only open port i have is for my wireguard server.

    I like to minimize my attack surface