Donk_enby aka Crash Override has been widely popular after she archived a huge amount of data and information from the Parler app.
Crash Override, going by the Twitter handle @donk_enby, has quickly become a popular and widely known figure in the United States. The hacker rose to fame after she was able to archive all the data available on the Parler app, which relates to the rampage at Capitol Hill a few days ago.
The data is reported to contain some very personal data and other messages which promote violence. The app is even banned from all the stores as of now. Know the actual story below…
Quick Facts: Who Is Donk_enby aka Crash Override? Everything On Hacker Who Archived All Parler Posts
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Donk_enby aka Crash Override Identity and Real Name
To be honest, the hacker Donk_enby aka Crash Override has not revealed her real name.
The female hacker has decided not to reveal her identity and has requested to refer her by her Twitter handle, as per Daily Dot.
— crash override (@donk_enby) January 12, 2021
As per her Twitter bio, Donk_enby is a 26-year-old female. Since she has desired to keep her identity a secret, there is no information about her personal life available on the web.
So, as of now, the only identity of her is her Twitter account.
What Is The Parler App And The Story Behind It?
The Parler is an app similar to Twitter where you can freely express your opinion.
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) January 13, 2021
Parler used to be the message and opinion-sharing app before it got banned. This app is reported to be the place where major planning of overthrowing the government by supporters of Trump took place as per reports.
The 26-year-old hacker got interested in researching the app after anonymous founder Aubrey Cottle reported about obtaining the user’s data. After examining, the data is reported to be over 53 TB and contains more than 1 million video URLs.
The app reportedly stole the public’s data and manipulated it as per several claims. When asked later, Crash Override describes her action as a resource for future investigation.