Cyberbullying: Cyberbullies are getting into kids clubs
A group of hackers calling themselves Cyberbullied is trying to get into kids’ club locations in Canada, according to documents obtained by Vice News.
A website called Cyberbullie.ca was created on Wednesday, but the hackers were apparently able to access the servers of several companies, including the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, the Canada Centre for Cyber-Safety and the Canadian Association of Criminal Defence Lawyers.
The group is asking for information about the locations, but so far has not received a response.
One of the websites’ founders, who also goes by the handle “TrojanKid,” said he created the website after the group was banned from his own school.
“There are a lot of young people in my school who are scared,” he told VICE News.
“They’re worried about what their classmates and friends are saying.
Cyberbulliers, they’re not a threat to anyone.”
He said he has been receiving threatening messages and has received death threats from people who believe he is a cyber-bullying group.
CyberBullies have claimed they are looking to get in kids’ clubs to spread the word about bullying.
They have said they want to create an online platform for bullying that could be used by parents and teachers to identify and report cyberbullying and other cyber-related crimes.
One hacker, who goes by “Vlad,” told Vice News that he first started using the site to help other cyberbullies and said that he had received “millions” of dollars in donations in the past few months.
“This is the first time that a group of cyberbullied people have gotten into a children’s club,” he said.
“It’s a little scary, but they’ve got the ability to infiltrate.
They’re using our websites and they can easily access your account.
We’re going to be able to get access to your personal data, your personal contact information and your personal videos and your private messages.
And we’re going a little bit crazy.”
The hackers said they have been able to compromise the servers, which include the names of schools, but have not yet had access to the locations themselves.
Cyber-bullies have also started targeting schools, saying that if they aren’t removed from the sites within 48 hours, they will have access to their personal data.
“The only way we’re gonna get them out of this is by taking away the access,” Cyberbulli said.
The hackers also want to make sure the locations are secure.
“You want to protect it from cyberbulling,” he added.
“That’s the only way you’re going get it shut down.”
The website, Cyberbully.ca, has a message that says it is dedicated to cyber-abuse, but that it’s not really about cyberbulls.
“We are not against cyberbullry or cyberbullers,” it reads.
“But we are concerned about cyber-trolling and cyber-attacks.”
“The real cyberbullish activity is the ones that don’t stop,” CyberBulli said, and that is where they are able to reach their targets.
“So, if you’re on the list, and you know the name of a school or school site, you’re able to go there and hack into the server.”