Hacker News is home to some of the world’s largest hackers and security experts.
But with an ever-expanding number of people accessing the site and the increasing amount of data that is being shared with the public, some are concerned that the site may be a ripe breeding ground for the spread of malware and other attacks.
The latest round of hacking attacks on the site came last week when the hackers behind the attack known as the Stratford group gained access to the site.
The attack was launched in response to a tweet from a Stratford member, which read, “This isn’t the first time we have been hacked.
Stay tuned, you never know.”
While some are skeptical of the Stratfords claims, the Stratfeys tweets are in response and they were used to spread the message that the Stratffeys attacks will be a new and bigger threat than the original.
In response to the Stratfenys tweets, a Stratfey hacker called @SophieKlein, wrote that “the hackers from Stratford are the real problem,” according to The Guardian.
The hacker group called “The Fade” is also believed to be responsible for a string of similar attacks on Stratford.
While the Stratfy hackers seem to be targeting the Stratfortys website for specific vulnerabilities, it appears that they are targeting the entire internet.
The Stratforty group claimed to have taken down a number of other websites, but they have yet to offer a clear reason for their actions.
A screenshot from a video showing a “botnet” of Stratford users is circulating the internet.
In an email to TechCrunch, Stratfortyre wrote that the attack is not a botnet, but a collection of rogue users that were created to “hack the internet.”
The group is also claiming responsibility for attacks on several other websites.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.