Tag Archives: Lulz Security
The federal government has does what Hollywood teaches all authority figures to do to vigilante gangs and criminal institutions. Take out the head and the body will fall. This is also happens to be the method of getting rid of vampires, in which case who can we consider the head cocksucking vampire?
This also isn’t the first time Sabu’s been accused as a snitch—a prominent hacker and Sabu-detractor by the name of Virus I spoke with last year ranted about his hunch that the LulzSec leader was a rat:
Anonymous is known for multiple hacks of government agencies as well as being the follow-up group to the previous biggest hacker group Lulz Security. Now that a San Francisco transit system enacted a new policy on a transit system that blocks all cell phone signal the group acted.
… hackers angry over blocked cell phone service at some transit stations broke into a website and posted company contact information for more than 2,000 customers.
Anonymous posted people’s names, phone numbers, and street and email addresses on its own website, while also calling for a disruption of the Bay Area Rapid Transit’s evening commute Monday.
BART officials said Sunday that they were working a strategy to try to block any efforts by protesters to try to disrupt the service.
Anonymous, the hacker group which has followed up “Lulz Security” as the main force behind thousands upon thousands of files being leaked, has set against the “evils of social networking.” Now the clock is ticking as people are waiting to see if their bark is as bad as their bite. The Anonymous hackers wrote:
DATE: November 5, 2011.
Twitter : https://twitter.com/OP_Facebook
Attention citizens of the world,
We wish to get your attention, hoping you heed the warnings as follows:
Your medium of communication you all so dearly adore will be destroyed. If you are a willing hacktivist or a guy who just wants to protect the freedom of information then join the cause and kill facebook for the sake of your own privacy.
In every good dramatic play, opera, movie or story there’s always a ironic twist at the end, something to leave us coming back for more. Well just after the first two members of Lulz Security quit and eventually as a whole LulzSec call it quits, there is an emergence of a new hacking group. This new hacker group, made up of Anonymous members as well as former LulzSec members followed the last web attack on Arizona DPS, uncovering heavy dirt on the federal workers in Arizona:
This group has been on a rampage the past few weeks in their cyber terrorizing just for the “lulz” of it. On their Twitter account, LulzSec finally announced it is disbanding, which means they finally found enough porn to last them through a few generations of their family.
It gave no reason for the disbandment, but it could be a sign of nerves in the face of law enforcement investigations. Rival hackers have also joined in the hunt, releasing information they say could point to the identities of the six-member group.