Team Elite

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Team Elite (']['€AM€LiT€) is an international group of computer hackers and programmers, who develop all kind of software. Their primary focus is security. They are famous for finding security holes in websites belonging to MI5, WHO, Kaspersky Lab, Avira, Symantec, McAfee, AVG, Eset, F-Secure, ESA, Trend Micro, Intel, eBay UK, PayPal, the U.S. Bank, Bank of America, RBS WorldPay, Visa, The New York Times, The Telegraph, Daily Express, MPAA, RIAA, Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom, Estonia and Armenia, IFPI, Bhuvan, Deutsche Bundesbank. They also discovered two serious security flaws in Direct Connect that allow DDoS attacks. The first one was discovered in 2006, the second one in 2015.[1] Team Elite are also the developers of two NMDC hub servers - HeXHub and Verlihub. In 2007, the group was falsely blamed by F-Secure for DDoS-ing the Finnish Broadcasting Company and the largest newswire in Finland.[2]


  1. ^ RoLex (2015). "Second largest exploit in NMDC history". TE website.
  2. ^ Sean (2007). "DDoS Attacks on Finnish Sites". F-Secure Blog.

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