In War Of Ego's, It's One Hacker Vs. Another

By Somini Sengupta and Nick Bilton

The hackers, calling themselves the A-Team, assembled a trove of private information and put it online for all to see: names, aliases, addresses, phone numbers, even details about family members and girlfriends.

But their targets were not corporate executives, government officials or clueless bank customers. They were other hackers.

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