Beeg, the malware used by a black online vigilante group, was used to attack websites of prominent black businesses, including a clothing store, and other sites, including an American school and a restaurant in Nigeria.
The hackers used the malware to target the Black Lives Matter movement and other organizations, including the International Association of Black Students and the NAACP.
In response, Beeg was removed from the internet in September.
But the hackers didn’t just remove the malware from Beeg.
They also replaced it with a version that used Beeg to infect more sites, which could then be used to infect other Black Lives Mobs.
The group has also targeted white companies, such as McDonalds and Target, but it has mostly targeted Black businesses, which means the group has been targeting black people for years.
But in this case, Beeched was used by the Black Loves Mobs, a Black online group that uses Beeg as its main tool.
The cybercriminals who used Beecheys malware to attack the Black businesses used the same code as the Black Hackers group, and that code was used in the attack, according to a news release.
The malware was installed on the Beeg servers that were used by more than 5,000 of the cybercrimbers.
A security researcher with Trend Micro said that the code appeared to be a “classic case of a distributed denial-of-service attack,” which refers to the act of sending an overwhelming amount of traffic to a server and then quickly halting it.
The attacks have been going on for years, according the researchers.
They said the malware was used a number of times to infect sites in Nigeria, where the group lives.
The hackers are also known to have used similar code to attack other African countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, and Chad.
Beeg has also infected more than 40,000 websites.
And there have been reports of similar attacks being launched in other African nations.