'Lizard Squad' hackers take down Destiny, Call of Duty servers

Hacking group takes down parts of Destiny, and Call of Duty: Ghosts servers.

| Sep 21, 2014 at 9:31 pm CDT

Lizard Squad, a hacking group, has claimed responsibility for taking down various low servers for Destiny and Call of Duty: Ghosts yesterday. The attack left some gamers unable to play the two games.

'Lizard Squad' hackers take down Destiny, Call of Duty servers | TweakTown.com

Last month, the group took credit for the DDoS attack on Sony's PlayStation network, as well as calling in a bomb threat on the president of SOE's plane, requiring it to be diverted. Players of both Destiny and Call of Duty: Ghosts took to Twitter to complain about the server outage, as it happened during peak times: the weekend.

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