A group of three people who compromised Facebook’s check-in system have been arrested and are being held at a Brisbane court.
Key points:A hacker group called the Dark Horse has posted a video to YouTube allegedly showing an attempt to log into Facebook from an Australian addressA group of hackers were arrested on Thursday and are expected to appear in court later this weekThe group, dubbed the Dark Horseshoe, is believed to be behind an attack on Facebook in 2016.
The group has been described as a “cyber-terrorist” and “cybersmart group” on Twitter.
The Dark Horse, which was founded by a man who goes by the handle DarkHorse, posted a short video to Youtube on Thursday that appears to show someone logging into their account using an Australian IP address.
The video shows a man entering an account, using the IP address of an address from Brisbane, and logging into the account.
“Hi there, I am Dark Horse.
I’m a hacker, and I’ve been using your checking account since 2016,” he says in the video.”
So I’m just wondering how this can be done without us knowing it.
How do we do this?”
The video has since been viewed more than 10,000 times.
In the video, Dark Horse says he and his accomplices have been in the business of “cybernating” in Australia for several years.
“I’ve got a few mates that do some of that stuff.
I’ll let you guys guys do some research on the site, we’ll get back to you,” he said.”
But, honestly, if we didn’t do it, we wouldn’t be here, we’d be in jail.”
The Dark Horse group is also known to be responsible for attacks on other online services.
It posted videos of its activities to YouTube in November 2016, which were viewed more the 15,000,000 time mark.
The next month, it uploaded a video titled “We’re a cyber-terrorist group, and we’re gonna break into your checking accounts,” which received more than 3,000 views.
Earlier this month, the group posted a link to a message board where it claimed it had broken into a bank account, the first time such an attack was posted online.
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