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  • Julius “Zeekill” Kivimäki, former Lizard Squad hacker, arrested in France


    Julius Kivimäki, also known by the nickname "Zeekill", is a Finnish member of the Lizard Squad. In 2015, when Kivimäki was just 17 years old, he was convicted on more than 50,000 counts of computer crimes. The other day he was arrested again while he was in France.

    The Finnish police confirmed the arrest on 3 February in a press release. It states that the suspect is being held by the French authorities while Finland "initiates measures to extradite the suspect to Finland."

    The Finnish Police Service has issued a European arrest warrant for Kivimäki, now known as Aleksanteri, on charges of computer crime, racketeering and extortion.

    The Kivimäki were wanted as part of an investigation into a cyberattack on Vastaamo, a private psychotherapy center in Helsinki. A hack that occurred in 2018 resulted in the theft of sensitive patient data as well as financial information that was used fraudulently.

    After the institution refused to comply with the extortion demands of the perpetrator, individual patients faced demands that they pay or post documents related to their confidential therapy online.

    Patient records were subsequently published. The Vastaamo hack and industrial-scale extortion against its clients "profoundly shocked Finnish society," according to a detailed account of the incident in the Christian Science Monitor. This hack has been described as a "watershed event for Finland".

    According to an official statement by the Finnish police last October, approximately 22,000 people reported a similar extortion attempt. Due to the high number of casualties, the police were accepting applications electronically. At the time of the press release, the police had received only 6,400 applications.

    The stolen documents were subsequently uploaded to the dark web. However, according to freelance journalist Brian Krebs, the downloaded files also contained a copy of the perpetrator's home folder, which "revealed a number of clues" pointing to Kivimäki.

    “The arrest of Kivimäki is the result of long-term international cooperation and information gathering by the police,” said Crime Commissioner Marko Leponen. The schedule of the extradition process depends on many factors, so at this stage it is difficult to estimate when the suspect will be brought to Finland.

    Kivimäki, who used the pseudonym "Zeekill" in Lizard Squad, denies all allegations. Last October, when a warrant was issued for his arrest, he wrote on his Twitter account that he had not been involved in criminal activity since his teenage years and said he deeply regretted those actions.

    The Lizard Squad was most active at the end of 2014. The international group has been charged with incidents such as DDoS attacks that shut down the PlayStation and Xbox online gaming services. As well as allegations of bomb threats against the plane carrying the president of Sony Online Entertainment, John Smedley.

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