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The d33ds hacker group has breached the Web site of a rival hacker who sells access to high profile data and Web sites.
"This illegal marketplace has been used in the past to advertise information stolen from websites belonging to the U.S. Army, the U.S. Department of Defense, the South Carolina National Guard and other institutions," writes Computerworld's Lucian Constantin.
"Its owner, a hacker calling himself Srblche, also offered services that included compromising the particular servers his customers wanted," Constantin writes.
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