Top Definition
Doxing is a technique of tracing someone or gather information about an individual using sources on the internet. Its name is derived from “Documents” or “Docx”. Doxing method is based purely on the ability of the hacker to recognize valuable information about his target and use this information to his benefit. It is also based around the idea that, “The more you know about your target, the easier it will be to find his or her flaws”
Well yeah, he is saying he is doxing me and he talked about one of my youtube channels (he's never talked to me before)
Por jtyuprax 29 de diciembre de 2011
Using private information gleaned from the internet to attack someone with whom you disagree, often by publishing their person info, opening them to abuse and possibly, danger.
While many consider doxing to be unethical, there continues to be a segment of internet users who will do anything to attack someone they don't like, or disagree with on an issue.

After a Black Lives Matter protested at a Bernie Sanders rally, some of his supporters doxed the young woman, revealing that she had worn a Sarah Palin button once in high school, which they found deep in her facebook history.
Por Vegwellian 01 de agosto de 2016
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