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.
Former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs, who runs a site claimed to be dedicated to security issues, has come under fire from users of a German image board pr0gramm.com after he revealed details about several admins and moderators in an article which claimed to identify who was behind the cryptocurrency mining service Coinhive. This is known as doxxing.
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