It has been accused of leaking sources of code and other information from companies like Intel and Nissan as well as for locating copies of the 2019 no-fly lists on servers that were not secured. The crime was one of those that hacked Verkada in the month of March 2021 and gained access to over 150,000 camera records. Crimea is adamant about anarchism, and anti-capitalism, as well as their rejection of the idea of intellectual property rights as the motives for their hacking attack.
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On March 20, 2021, Krimif had been indicted in March 2021 by a U.S. grand jury for their hacking alleged activities between the years of 2019 to 2021. The allegations do not have anything to do with relation to Verkada. Verkada hack. In response to the demands from U.S. authorities, Swiss police raided her and her parents’ residences and confiscated their devices. Many people showed their support with the hashtag #freetillie following the raid. Swiss magazine Republik has compared her to Jeremy Hammond and Aaron Swartz.
In July 2020, a crime made available the source code of dozens of companies to the GitLab repository. The crime was named the creator of Bleeping Computer’s Nintendo Gigaleak however, she later informed Tom’s Guide that Nintendo’s data wasn’t part of the leak of July as she never uploaded Nintendo’s code to GitLab due to the fact that Nintendo was “due to rapid Notorious for fighting”.
On August 6 of 2020, Crime transferred more than 20 GB worth of Intel proprietary data as well as the source code for Mega. The data was obtained from a hacker who claimed to have hacked Intel in May 2020 and claimed it was the first leak, with further leaks relating to Intel to come. Then, in January 2021, Crimew had been involved with the Nissan leak of the source code. She claimed they got the leaked code after discovering the existence of a Bitbucket server with a standard username and password through an unknown source.