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Hacking Season - AnonOps / Anonymous / Lulzsec

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was reading something about Sony being attacked again and ended up on this story

LulzSec opens hack request line

It claims to have launched denial of service attacks on several websites as a result, although it did not detail which ones.

The unspecified hacks formed part of a wave of security breaches that the group called Titanic Takeover Tuesday.

LulzSec has risen to prominence in recent months by attacking Sony, Nintendo and several US broadcasters.

The group publicised the telephone hotline on its Twitter feed.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13777129

Lulz Security attacks

May 7: US X Factor contestant database

May 10: Fox.com user passwords

May 15: Database listing locations of UK cash machines

May 23: Sonymusic Japan website

May 30: US broadcaster PBS. Staff logon information

June 2: Sonypictures.com user information

June 3: Infragard website (FBI affiliated organisation)

June 3: Nintendo.com

June 10: Pron.com pornographic website

June 13: Senate.gov - website of US Senate

June 13: Bethesda software website. User information

June 14: EVE Online, League of Legends, The Escapist and others

these man are just takin the piss, flippin hell

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proving a point

internet security is...pretty much non-existant

then you have anon

a few of their guys got caught in spain

see what happens to the spanish government innit :lol:

thing is in this day and age

the world would stop turning if the internet went down

so these typa guys are NOT to be f*cked with

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a worthy target for lulsec.......the chinese govt

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LOL

that sorta sh*t could start WWIII

China blame America etc etc

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I like the hackers movement

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Another day, another giant LulzSec data dump. This time, the target's not the US government or a big company, but a sprawling list of 62,000 internet strangers (and their login data). Are you one of them? Find out.

The giant release encompasses a panoply of (very sensitive) sites: Gmail, Facebook, PayPal, WoW accounts—all private places you don't want a stranger rifling through.

http://uk.gizmodo.com/5812545/find-out-if-your-passwords-were-leaked-by-lulzsec-right-here

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i wud really join this hacking sh*t 4real

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These man are sick.

I saw one where there was a 10k prize (might have been more) to hack a website.

One of them did it and said 'keep your money we do it for the lulz'.

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LOL

that sorta sh*t could start WWIII

China blame America etc etc

not when they've been hacking american sites for years

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Bare easy targets. These are are the equivalent of year 10s walking around the school playground beating up year 7s.

Real dons inna this ting have 100k's stacks from hacking real badman sh*t.

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the hackers also hacked the cia website

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allow hacking somthin which is supposed to be so secure... like the cia website and fbi database ot wotever...

pmsl

chinese/orientals & middle easterns > > > > > > >

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They dos'd the website and shut it down for like 5 minutes.

Didn't hack sh*t.

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anyone that can do a DOS attack on an fbi or cia contigent type government type ting is a hacker

meh

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Still refusing to be trolled, soz bro.

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Yeah you wait till Michael Ogdwenko of 'NAtweSt BaNKIng sErviCes' gets a hold of your details mate

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Yeah you wait till Michael Ogdwenko of 'NAtweSt BaNKIng sErviCes' gets a hold of your details mate

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f*ck konws

i read about that 10k challenge

they done for nothing

must be fairly serious guys

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dave u down to start a hacking team

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LOL

that sorta sh*t could start WWIII

China blame America etc etc

of the 13 internet name server thingies, cnt quite remember the name

but I read somewhere either some, or most are owned and run by the US government, so any attack on them would be taken as an act of war, wether its individuals or states. gonna try find the name n article if i can.

then u have governments sending viruses to Iran nuclear plants, id bet goood money that was Israel, experts said it was so sophisticated n targetted just one type of setup

people just need to calm the f*ck down, most of this isnt needed

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who managed to download the 62,000 usernames and passwords?

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ite maybe not most, I counted 3

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root_nameserver#Root_server_addresses

If the United States found itself under a major cyberattack aimed at undermining the nation’s critical information infrastructure, the Department of Defense is prepared, based on the authority of the president, to launch a cyber counterattack or an actual bombing of an attack source.

http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/020807-rsa-cyber-attacks.html

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These guys need to keep a low profile. Its not about DDOS big chain companies and government sites and bragging. They should stick to doing SQL injections on forums they dislike.

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Just got this email, didnt even know i had a sega account

Dear Sean,

As you may be aware, the SEGA Pass system has been offline since yesterday, Thursday 16 June.

Over the last 24 hours we have identified that unauthorised entry was gained to our SEGA Pass database.

We immediately took the appropriate action to protect our consumers’ data and isolate the location of the breach. We have launched an investigation into the extent of the breach of our public systems.

We have identified that a subset of SEGA Pass members emails addresses, dates of birth and encrypted passwords were obtained. To stress, none of the passwords obtained were stored in plain text.

Please note that no personal payment information was stored by SEGA as we use external payment providers, meaning your payment details were not at risk from this intrusion.

If you use the same login information for other websites and/or services as you do for SEGA Pass, you should change that information immediately.

We have also reset your password and all access to SEGA Pass has been temporarily suspended.

Additionally we recommend you please take extra caution if you should receive suspicious emails that ask for personal or sensitive information.

Therefore please do not attempt to login to SEGA Pass at present, we will communicate when the service becomes available.

We sincerely apologise for this incident and regret any inconvenience caused.

We are contacting all our members with these recommendations.

If you have any further questions please contact SEGA customer support on csescalations@sega.com

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the hackers also hacked the cia website

Federal security overrated

Bank security>>>>>>>>

Next level

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