When the Nike Home Depot site gets hacked
A hacker group known as Lizard Squad has released a batch of malicious code that has reportedly breached the Nike home depot website in several countries.
The group has also posted a message on the group’s Facebook page, which states that the hackers have stolen personal information of users and has also targeted other sites, including Amazon, Target, Apple, and the Microsoft website.
According to the hackers, the code is “the most important of our recent operations” and has been deployed to compromise the Nike website in Spain, Italy, and France.
Lizard Squad is also known for breaching websites belonging to the Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Goldman Sachs, according to Forbes.
The group also posted instructions for obtaining a copy of the code, which it claimed was written by a group called “Lizard Squad”.
Lizard squad claims to be an international group of hackers, which is responsible for attacks on a variety of targets, including the US military and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Lizard squads activities have recently seen a spike as it has claimed to have compromised the Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros., and Disney studios websites.