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LulzSec top dog works for FBI now, is a turncoat

03/06/2012, If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. Unfortunately for members of the computer hacking group LulzSec, this particular saying has rubbed them to wrong way simply because one of the top members decided to play turncoat and work for the FBI...

AnonPlus gets defaced again, this time by Syrian hackers

08/09/2011, A couple of days ago, hacking collective Anonymous went ahead and defaced the Syrian Ministry of Defence’s website, leaving a message that supported the residents in Syria who were pro-democracy. I guess the arrest of LulzSec’s alleged leader,...

#Antisec hackers release 10GB of law enforcement data

08/07/2011, After releasing the details of over 7,000 law enforcement officers last week, it looks like Anonymous is back again, this time with the help of Lulzsec. In their latest Antisec move: the two hacking groups have hacked over 70 law enforcement agencies and...

LulzSec spokesperson Topiary arrested (Update)

07/28/2011, Update: The police might have been tricked into apprehending the wrong person – it seems that website LulzSecurityExposed claims Topiary is a 23-year-old Swede. The UK authorities did not comment on the situation as to whether they bagged the right...

Hacker claims he took down the websites of Anonymous and LulzSec

07/27/2011, As if the heat from the authorities wasn’t already enough, it looks like Anonymous and LulzSec have another adversary to deal with. A hacker who calls himself Jester has claimed responsibility for taking down the websites of two of the most prolific...

LulzSec is back and hacks into The Sun’s website

07/19/2011, We had initially thought that the hacker group LulzSec had decided to hang up their hats and call it a day, as they had publically announced they would do so via their Twitter account. Well it looks like they might be back for just one last hack and this...

LulzSec Trojan is a false alarm

06/29/2011, We all know that LulzSec decided to call it quits a few days ago and left the world with a final parting gift: a cache of stolen data, emails and more. However according to some folks who downloaded the collection ended up with more than they bargained...

A-Team posts details of LulzSec

06/27/2011, We all know LulzSec have decided to throw in the towel and give up its hacking activities but that doesn’t mean all the groups wrongdoings in the past have been absolved. And unfortunately for them, the authorities have been given a massive tip off...

LulzSec releases Arizona Police documents

06/24/2011, After given a warning and being hit by TeaMp0isoN, you would think that LulzSec would’ve ducked out of the spotlight for awhile. But it looks like LulzSec doesn’t care about warnings. Yesterday, the hacking collective published 700...

LulzSec hacked by TeaMp0isoN

06/22/2011, It looks like infamous hacking group LulzSec, has been bested by another hacking group named TeaMp0isoN_, led by a 17-year old hacker. Apparently LulzSec’s recent call for attention in the media has ruffled a number of feathers in the underground...

LulzSec Ringleader Arrested In Essex?

06/21/2011, Only a couple of hours ago LulzSec had tweeted that they had managed to bring down UK’s elite police force, Soca but now it has been reported that thanks to a cooperative effort by both the FBI and Scotland Yard, they have arrested a 19-year old man...

Elite UK Police Agency Hit By LulzSec

06/21/2011, Yesterday the hacker group LulzSec announced that they have teamed up with hacktivists Anonymous to bring down government and banking websites and it looks like they have kept true to their word in a tweet saying “Tango down – soca.gov.uk...

LulzSec And Anonymous Team Up To Take Down Governments And Banks

06/20/2011, As if it wasn’t bad enough that LulzSec was out there hacking websites and bringing down systems like Sony and government websites belong to the US Senate and CIA and also leaking 62,000 username and passwords for unnamed websites, but now it looks...

LulzSec Leaks 62,000 Usernames And Passwords

06/17/2011, LulzSec, the hacker group, are at it again and this time it looks like they have leaked a list of  about 62,000 username and passwords to various unknown sites. They tweeted “And as always, LulzSec delivers,” followed by the links to a...