On Jan. 6, 2021,  supporters of President Donald Trump, including Jacob Chansley, right, with fur hat, are confronted by U.S. Capitol Police officers in the Capitol in Washington. In September, a huge breach by the hacker group Anonymous dumped into public view the previously private data — including user names, passwords and other identifying information —  of customers of Epik, the favorite internet company of the far right. Epik is based in Sammamish. (Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP)
Supporters of former President Donald Trump are confronted by police during the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. A hacker group recently exposed private data of customers of Epik, a company that hosted domains for some of the riot's instigators. (Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP)
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Huge hack reveals embarrassing details of who’s behind Proud Boys and other far-right websites

A huge breach by the hacker group Anonymous dumped into public view the previously private data — user names, passwords and other identifying information — of customers of Sammamish-based Epik, the favorite internet company of the far right. Updated

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