Solus501 wrote:Thank you very much and I hope the community of hackers continues to support one another.
Okay, I'll bite on this because I think the group's mean-spirited.
I think that you could definitely look into finding the groups owner by a couple of steps, none of which are guaranteed to work by any means:
1) Analyze the comments and see if you can discern a tight circle of friends to look into. From this you could likely deduce who's probably
responsible for the group.
2) See if google connects a name to the group's email address. This is probably least likely to work.
3) Since you know the group's owner probably has a big interest in makeup, it's at least reasonable to assume that she/he is in the cosmetics industry. So, make a fake profile, replete with a good looking picture, and attempt to deduce her whereabouts. Strike up a conversation, and ask her if she knows any professional references for makeup design. Bottom line, if she comes to trust you, she'll be more willing to give up personal information that you can use to exploit her.
Bottom line, if she put up a pic on you, in the grand scheme of things, it's not really that big a deal. The attention span of the internet is so short, exploiting her and seeking revenge probably just isn't worth it.
"I'm going to get into your sister. I'm going to get my hands on your daughter."