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Posts tagged “LulzSec”

Feature: Hackers finished, gamers hacked off

LulzSec Over, Release Battlefield Heroes Data

LulzSec, the hacker group who have claimed responsibility for many of the high profile attacks on gaming companies, publishers, and even the CIA, have declared their work is done, their time is up, and they're off. Apparently it was always intended to be a 50 day voyage aboard their Lulzboat, and it has come to an end. They believe they have revitalised the Antisec Movement,…

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Update: Alleged LulzSec Suspect Arrested

Update 3: Lulzsec, still very much active on Twitter, are denying that the arrested man is one of their members, though rumour is he did help run their IRC channel. Update 2: Now the BBC are saying that the 19-year-old hacker arrested has been named by locals of Wickford as Ryan Cleary. The same Ryan Cleary who was embroiled in a spat with Anonymous over…

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New Lulzsec Attacks On WoW, Newerth, Eve

Yesterday's denial of service attacks on Minecraft, Eve Online and League of Legends do not appear to be the end of hacker collective Lulzsec's attempts to force online games offline. Heroes of Newerth's login server was named a victim around an hour ago, shortly followed by the group declaring its intention to target Eve again tonight. That may of course be a double-bluff, but keep…

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Hackers Lulzsec Take Eve & Minecraft Offline

Update 2: League of Legends is the latest target. Its login servers are currently down, with its website also apparently suffering. Update 1: Notch has told us that "Looks like we're back up.. I just hope it lasts!" Following yesterday's Bethesda incursion, and earlier attacks on the likes of Sony and Nintendo, hacker collective Lulzsec have targeted further games and gaming services today. Over the…

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Bethesda Hacked, Details About To Be Leaked

Update: LulzSec have released what they claim to be everything they took from Bethesda, including source code and admin passwords, except for the 200,000 user details which they say they're leaving out because, "We actually like this company." (They also claim to have broken into senate.gov, and paste this as proof. That should bring them some dark-glassed attention.) LulzSec, who have claimed responsibility for many…

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