TeaMp0isoN is a group of computer hackers.
According to Don from ZHC ( ZCompany Hacking Crew ) they started in 2008. In 2010 ZHC recruited TriCk, the 16-year-old hacker, who founded his own group TeaMp0isoN.
In January 2011, unauthorized status updates were posted on Mark Zuckerberg and French President Nicolas Sarkozy's accounts on social-networking site Facebook. On January 25, a spokesperson for Facebook acknowledged the bug in their system and said it has been fixed. Later that week The Daily Beast reported that "TriCk", a member of TeaMp0isoN, along with members of a group known as "ZHC", said they had exploited a bug in the web site on previous New Year's Eve, allowing them to post unauthorized status updates and to block temporary newsfeeds to a list of 130 pages. A spokeswoman for one of the targeted groups, the English Defense League, confirmed that they were targeted and their pages critical of Islam were indeed hacked. Members of Facebook's security team said after being contacted on the matter by The Daily Beast, they had found no evidence of malicious activity on their logs.
Tony Blair address book
leakThe group published in Pastebin what appeared to be the address book and other private data of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, in June 2011. According to TeaMp0isoN the data was obtained originally "via a private exploit" in December 2010. Tony Blair's spokesman said the data was not obtained from Blair directly, but from the personal email account of his former staff.
LulzSec and Anonymous
The group's semi-rivalry with LulzSec is motivated by what they perceive as LulzSec's low hacking abilities bringing them media attention they do not deserve. Another member of the group, Hex00010, used the term script kiddies to describe LulzSec's activists: "We're here to show the world that they're nothing but a bunch of script kiddies [y]ou think, 'I'm a bad-ass hacker because I can knock someone offline for a few minutes.' That's bullshit. Come on.
During 2011 England riots it was believed that BlackBerry Messenger service was used by looters for collaboration. The group defaced the official BlackBerry blog as a response to Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of the BlackBerry, promising to co-operate with the United Kingdom police and government. TeaMp0isoN's released a statement saying, "We are all for the rioters that are engaging in attacks on the police and government."
8 August 2011, TeaMp0isoN released the hashed administrator passwords for a website hosted under NASA domain, after using a vBulletin SQL injection vulnerability.