Hacker Way, New York — Hackers who hack on Twitter, Google, Facebook and other social networks are on the loose, police say, but not without getting caught.
The New York Police Department said it has arrested several individuals connected to the attacks on Twitter and the other platforms, but did not release any information about those arrests.
It said those arrested were accused of using the social media platforms to commit serious crimes and are facing charges of criminal solicitation, hacking, identity theft, computer hacking, cyberstalking and criminal possession of an instrument of crime.
The NYPD says the arrests occurred around New York City and in and around New Jersey.
In one case, the New York police said, the suspect allegedly downloaded and used malicious code on a target of the crime to gain unauthorized access to a target’s computer.
A New York woman was arrested after allegedly using a computer on an FBI computer network to hack into her husband’s personal computer.
In another case, a man allegedly hacked into a bank in Delaware.
In both cases, the individuals arrested were arrested on the premise of having committed a crime and the identities of those arrested have not been released.
The arrests come as the technology industry continues to grapple with a new threat that has been dubbed the “cyberwarrior.”
It is increasingly becoming a tool for cyber criminals who seek to disrupt networks and steal sensitive data from the computers of businesses and government agencies.
Hackers have often targeted companies for malicious purposes and in some cases even tried to break into corporate networks, according to cybersecurity experts.
But cyberwarriors have increasingly turned their focus toward corporate networks and the targets of those attacks, with many of the attacks targeting high-profile corporations, including Facebook and Twitter.
Hacker Way and other hacker groups have been active on Twitter for more than a decade.
The group’s hacking spree began in 2008, but continued throughout 2015.HACKERS ARE HACKING FORWARDHackers are using Twitter to spread malicious software, according a new report from security company Kaspersky Lab.
The hackers have also been spreading malware, according the report, which is based on analysis of Twitter accounts that have been compromised by the hackers.
The hackers are also using Twitter for other purposes, including “to disseminate malicious information,” said Alex Stamos, senior security analyst for Kaspersk.
Stamos says the hackers are targeting high profile companies and businesses with their malware.
The group of hackers is currently at least a decade old, but they are also trying to take advantage of the popularity of Twitter, Stamos said.
They are spreading malware in a very targeted way and it’s very easy to spot, he said.
In the past, hackers have targeted companies such as Facebook and Google, but the latest attacks have been focused on Twitter.
Stamsays the hackers have had a history of releasing malware on a wide range of platforms, including Microsoft, Sony, Yahoo and Yahoo Mail.
Twitter has not publicly disclosed the identity of the hackers behind the attacks.