Hackers are again infiltrating homes, as a new hack dubbed the “home invasion” appears to be spreading across the United States.
The FBI says it has seized and recovered more than 2,000 devices linked to the hack, which targeted people in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt.
The devices were discovered by police and federal investigators, but did not contain any malicious software or viruses, the FBI said.
The Home Invasion Hackster Hacktivists have been hacking into homes for decades.
They’ve targeted government buildings and schools, and have also targeted private individuals.
The hacker who has infiltrated homes in the past, Anonymous hacker “AnonGhost,” was arrested earlier this year in the U.K. after infiltrating the home of a man named Paul, who works at a British electronics firm.
The two had been at it for about two years.
Anonymous claims to have been behind the hack against Paul and his family, and Anonymous has since been accused of targeting homes in India.
The government is investigating the case.
But the hackster hacktivist group has not been active in the UK for years.
The hackster group, which is also known as Anonymous, is considered one of the most active hacking groups in the world.
Its members have been involved in multiple hacking attacks on businesses and government entities, including the recent mass surveillance operation against the United Nations and the FBI.
The group was also behind a string of other breaches, including a data breach at Equifax that stole personal information from more than 160 million people in June.
A government spokesman said that the FBI is still looking into the matter.