Jul 27 2008
UPDATE: A very good friend of this blog, Maarten Van Horenbeeck comes up with the answer and more:
Buzul is the Turkish word for a “Glacier”. It’s used by at least one warez group of Turkish origin. Contextually, it’s often used to refer to something which moves slowly but cannot be stopped.
Learning experiences, distribution of illegal contents and potentially hacking all fall under this nomer (there’s actually a Turkish university bearing the name). Middle Eastern hacker groups tend to portray themselves under more dynamic images (”devils”, “waving flags”), but well, Turkey is not entirely Asian.
The hacker most likely active here is most likely Buzul Atay, indeed from Turkey, who sometimes gangs together with Cez0x, named after a pain-killer style drug. Buzul is a member of HayaletTeam, but apparently he has decided to go it alone with his friend here.
As some of you know, we have a famous Chinese hacker named Glacier too. Interesting world.
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