Security blogger Brian Krebs appears to have destroyed what little reputation he has as a journalist, after being again caught falsely accusing someone of being responsible for an online hack.
For the second time in as many days, former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs has been caught out for making false accusations against an individual over last week's Twitter scams, with The New York Times pointing out that he had wrongly identified an individual known as PlugWalkJoe as being a pivotal player in the Twtter hack.
Former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs has again been accused of doxxing people based on a single source, with Sean Hollister of the website Verge pointing to a story he had written on the Twitter scams.
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