Three LulzSec Hackers Sentenced To Prison Terms

Three LulzSec Hackers Sentenced To Prison Terms

LulzSec is among one of the most well-known hacktivist outfits online. The group has been involved in many high-profile hacks in the past. Now, a court has sentenced three LulzSec members to prison terms ranging between one and three years.

By On May 17, 2013 Respond
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LulzSec Leader Arrested By Australian Federal Police

LulzSec Leader Arrested By Australian Federal Police

LulzSec is a very well-known hacktivist outfit which often indulges in taking down or defacing governments websites as well as those of different corporations. Australian Federal Police (AFP) has now arrested an individual in Sydney which, the police claims, is the leader of LulzSec.

By On April 24, 2013 Respond
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LulzSec Hacker ‘Neuron’ Admits Having Breached Sony Pictures Servers

LulzSec Hacker ‘Neuron’ Admits Having Breached Sony Pictures Servers

LulzSec is among the few well-known and well-organized hacktivist groups online. The group has accomplished a number of high-profile breaches recently, among them being the breach of Sony Pictures’ servers. One of the LulzSec hackers involved in this breach went by the name of ‘neuron.’ Police has now arrested this hacker.

By On October 15, 2012 1 Response
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LulzSec Hacker “Ryan Cleary” Admits His Cyber Crimes

LulzSec Hacker “Ryan Cleary” Admits His Cyber Crimes

LulzSec is a well-known and rather notorious group of hackers. Whereas ‘Anonymous’ seems to stick to at least some kind of objectives and goals, LulzSec doesn’t since the basic philosophy behind this group is to do hack for the sake of ‘lulz’, in other words for sheer fun and thrill. Now, a LulzSec hacker, Ryan Cleary, has pleased guilty to a number of hacks.

By On June 26, 2012 Respond
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LulzSec Hacked 10,000 Twitter Accounts

LulzSec Hacked 10,000 Twitter Accounts

If you have been following online hacking attacks by prominent hacking groups, you are probably very well aware of the group named LulzSec. The group is named so because most often, the group tends to launch its hacking attacks merely for the sake of ‘lulz’, which is a reference to thrill and fun. The group had announced during June last year that it was retiring and would no longer carry out hacking operations.

By On June 13, 2012 Respond
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Apple Is The Latest Target Of AntiSec Hacker Group

Apple Is The Latest Target Of AntiSec Hacker Group

Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement taunted Apple over the weekend by posting a list of 27 usernames and passwords, pwned data apparently originated from a number of surveys hosted on an Apple business website. Anonymous have claimed to have breached one of Apple’s servers and have managed to gain access to private data. There has been no word from Apple regarding this matter and hackers apparently are too busy elsewhere to mess with Apple, but that doesn’t mean the company is bulletproof………..

By On July 6, 2011 Respond
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Apple Servers Compromised, AntiSec Claimed Successful Attacks on Apple

Apple Servers Compromised, AntiSec Claimed Successful Attacks on Apple

Just when we thought that the attacks on government agencies and multinational companies have stopped, AntiSec hackers broke into Apple’s servers and stole 26 administrative usernames and passwords and posted them publicly. The announcement about this breach was made on Sunday on a twitter by the group Anonymous, AnonymousIRC.

By On July 5, 2011 Respond
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Hacker Group LulzSec Calls It Quits

Hacker Group LulzSec Calls It Quits

Hacker group LulzSec has announced that it’s disbanding after 50 days of hacking companies and organizations and the final data release clims to include AOL, AT&T, FBI and many more.This follows 50 days’ chaos during which time it took down several websites (including CIA.gov at one point), exposed passwords, exposed documents of the Arizona penal system and it’s possible that the group will not abide by its promise to quit……….

By On June 27, 2011 Respond
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Former British PM Tony Blair’s Personal Info Leaked By The Hackers

Former British PM Tony Blair’s Personal Info Leaked By The Hackers

A hacker group called TeaMp0isoN released what looks like personal information on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, including the contents of his electronic address book with contact data for members of Parliament and for what could be Blair’s dentist and his mechanic. The contact list appears to be from when Blair was prime minister,includes a phone number for 10 Downing Street and LulzSec and TeaMp0isoN have been in a public spat, claiming to have attacked each other’s servers and threatening to expose rival members………….

By On June 26, 2011 Respond
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Sega Hacked With 1.3M Account

Sega Hacked With 1.3M Account

Security of Japanese video gaming firm Sega Corp. is breached resulting in the theft of sensitive personal data belonging to more than one million users and Sega said that more than 1.3 million people with accounts on the company’s Sega Pass online gaming portal had their real names, encrypted passwords, birth dates and email addresses stolen by hackers. Sega Pass network has been taken offline and Lulz Security has already offered to track down those responsible for the Sega breach………….

By On June 20, 2011 1 Response
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LulzSec Leaked 150,000+ User Credentials, Check If Your Password Is Out There

LulzSec Leaked 150,000+ User Credentials, Check If Your Password Is Out There

LulzSec has a bizarrely funny website and an addictive Twitter feed, and is even going after 4chan and the members of Anonymous, you can categorize them as bad guys, but they’re also doing everyone a big favor, revealing the pathetic state of computer security. The current hacking epidemic, of which LulzSec is a big part is happening because there are serious holes in the digital defenses of high-profile targets and it’s site has a page full of data it has released from its various hacks. LulzSec is begging to get busted, but also in a perverse way giving back to a community that enjoys seeing the flaws of big companies exposed and the ironic twist is that these big companies are made big by the average public whose private information is being revealed in the hacks………….

By On June 18, 2011 3 Responses
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Nintendo And FBI Hacked After Sony

Nintendo And FBI Hacked After Sony

A bundle of new hack attacks across the web have left a collection of mega-corporations and US government snoops with their pants round their ankles and the latest victims include FBI-affiliate InfraGard Atlanta, as well as Nintendo and Sony Europe. The latest attackers appear to be LulzSec, Anonymous, the Pakistan Cyber Army and a Lebanese bloke named Idahc, these rag-tag geek armies are doing their best to lively up the web…………

By On June 5, 2011 Respond
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Sony Pictures Hacked

Sony Pictures Hacked

A hacking group called LulzSec has announced yet another successful attack on Sony, this time breaching Sony Pictures and compromising 1 million passwords, 75,000 music codes and 3.5 million music coupons. A portion of the group’s exploit is posted online in a RAR file, which contains over 50,000 email / password combos of unfortunate users and the group has blurted out over 20,000 Sony music coupons, and the admin database (including email addresses and passwords) for BMG Belgium employees………..

By On June 3, 2011 Respond
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