"Hey @LizardMafia don't f--k with the Tor network. People need that service because of corrupt governments. Stand the f--k down," stated Anonymous' twitter account.
Lizard Squad simply replied, "Do something."(can they really afford to provocate such an established group when they had just got doxxed(which means their personal information was made public)? Seriously?)This two-way battle between Anonymous and Lizard Squad saw rise to another group, Finest Squad. Finest Squad apparently joined together with Anonymous declaring Lizard Squad as common enemy. Both groups have doxxed members of Lizard Squad(I doubt they can afford such a attack), but Lizard Squad did not give up. With Lizard Squad picking fight with so many people, its no wonder that their service Lizard Stresser was hacked and user information was made public, not that it was really hard, the customer database was stored in plain text.(They call themselves hackers, fyi). The copy of the database obtained by KrebsOnSecurity shows that it had more than 14,241 registered users. It also indicated that customers deposited more than USD $11,000 worth of bitcoins to pay for attacks on thousands of Internet addresses and Web sites including KrebsOnSecurity(I doubt they will be getting any more customers for their totally "NOT" copied site). 2015 is certainly not turning out a great year for them. Till now, three "Lizards" have been arrested. A 22-year old Vincent "Vinnie" Omari, a 16-year old Julius "Ryan" Kivimäki and an 18-year old Jordan "Jordie" Cameron. While core members of Lizard Squad are still at large, the pressure mounting on them must be humongous as other hacker groups keep doxxing their members and the U.K and U.S investigators leading a joint investigation for the arrest of these members. I'd say my prayers if I were them.