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Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
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A group of hackers broke in to the UK police’s website and published a series of strange messages through social media accounts, including a letter “(slang language) the Police,” a report said on Friday.

However, a recent report revealed that the attackers, a mysterious subversive gang centered around an unknown hacker known as the pseudonym cal, had their own Twitter account code @ Cal086, believed to be in their late teens or early twenties.

According to the metro, some of the hacking team are so young that some are still children in secondary school, report stated, while an expert in cyber security that the name Cal has been used in tweets, with a link between the hacking ring and the DC police accident, only that Cal Denied his involvement in the breakout, which he described as “stupid”.

There may be a lot of evidence that there is a link between the British police and the Cal gang, as well as the similarities between Cal’s previous work and the tweets sent by hackers to the British police, according to a British cyber security expert.

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