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Hacker groups are informal communities that began to flourish in the early 1980s, with the advent of the home computer.wikipedia
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List of hacker groups

This is a partial list of notable hacker groups

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Home computer

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Hacker groups are informal communities that began to flourish in the early 1980s, with the advent of the home computer.

Hacker culture

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Prior to that time, the term hacker was simply a referral to any computer hobbyist.

Cybercrime

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This was a heyday of hacking, at a time before there was much law against computer crime.

Orthography

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The names of hacker groups parody large corporations, governments, police and criminals; and often used specialized orthography.

The Shadow Brokers

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The Shadow Brokers (TSB) is a hacker group who first appeared in the summer of 2016.

OurMine

OurMine was a hacker group based in Saudi Arabia who compromised system or network security.

UGNazi

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UGNazi (Underground Nazi Hacktivist Group) is a hacker group.

Goatse Security

Goatse Security (GoatSec) is a loose-knit, nine-person grey hat hacker group that specializes in uncovering security flaws.

Xbox Underground

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Xbox Underground was an international hacker group responsible for gaining unauthorized access to the computer network of Microsoft and its development partners, including Activision, Epic Games, and Valve, in order to obtain sensitive information relating to Xbox One and Xbox Live.

Cozy Bear

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Cozy Bear, classified as advanced persistent threat APT29, is a Russian hacker group believed to be associated with Russian intelligence.

Mark Abene

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Better known by his pseudonym Phiber Optik, he was once a member of the hacker groups Legion of Doom and Masters of Deception.

Rocket Kitten

Rocket Kitten or the Rocket Kitten Group is a hacker group thought to be linked to the Iranian government.

Shaltai Boltai

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Anonymous International is a hacking group known for leaking Russian government information and personal documents of government officials.

Port7Alliance

Port7Alliance was a North American hacker group responsible for production of the internet based magazine Radical Future.

Yemen Cyber Army

The Yemen Cyber Army (The Owner Of This Team : Jonior Hacker) is a pro Shia hacker group that has claimed responsibility for the defacement of the London based pro-Saudi Al-Hayat website in April 2015 as well as the exfiltration of data from the Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in May subsequently listed on WikiLeaks.

Loyd Blankenship

The Mentor
He has been active since the 1970s, when he was a member of the hacker groups Extasyy Elite and Legion of Doom.

Mazafaka (hacker group)

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Mazafaka is a financial motivated hacker group.

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Elite groups such as Masters of Deception conferred a kind of credibility on their members.

Alexander Heid

Heid is a co-founder of the South Florida hacker conference and hacker group known as HackMiami, and currently serves as the chief research officer of the New York City information security firm SecurityScorecard.

Oxblood Ruffin

He is a member of the hacker group Cult of the Dead Cow (cDc), for which he serves as "Foreign Minister."

Digital DawgPound

He was motivated by the fact that there had been other well known Hacker Groups in the 1980s who had accomplished great things in the hacking world such as the LoD and the MoD.

Tabriz International Airport

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* On June 6, 2018, the Tapandegan (Palpitaters in Persian) an Iranian hacker group hacked the arrival and departure monitors at Tabriz International Airport defacing sign boards in the evening, showing a protest message against “wasting Iranians’ resources" and expressing support for Iranian truckers who have been on strike across Iran for several weeks.

StankDawg

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He was motivated by the fact that there had been other well-known Hacker Groups in the 1980s who had accomplished great things in the hacking world such as the LoD and the MoD.