A member of LulzSec gets a job at a security company

Mustafa Al-Bassam, 21 of today, was a former member of the LulzSec team. Then he used the tFlow alias. The hacker will work as a security advisor to a UK-based Secure Trading company that deals with the security of online payments.

Mustafa Al-Bassam LulzSecPhoto: Reuters

Al-Bassam will join Secure Trading's sister company called Cognosec. He will work part-time, which will allow him to finish his studies in computer science at King's College in London.

The official role of the hacker who changed his side will be a security adviser, and he has worked for the security of a new Secure Trading project called Trustery, and aspires to integrate blockchain technology into conventional online payment systems.

Blockchains are the technology on which the current cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin or Litecoin, are based. In recent years, governments and financial institutions have been exploring the idea of ​​integrating blockchains technology into their systems, as it is ideal for improving the security and authenticity of data storage and retention files.

His role in LulzSec

Al-Bassam was one of the founding members of LulzSec, and it was only 16 years ago when early 2011, along with other notorious hackers, such as Sabu and Topiary, were arrested by the British police. His real name was released two years later, since at the time of the arrest he was a minor.

He blamed his guilt and received sentenced by suspended 20 months imprisonment, 500 hours of social work and a two-year ban on the use of the Internet.

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