FBI has arrested five well known members of LulzSec and Anonymous with the help of Lulz kingpin Sabu, who turned a snitch to avoid a two year jail sentence.

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Ah yes, the Antisec team has done it again. Earlier they hacked security agency Stratfor, and now they have targeted SpecialForces.com. Read on to find out more about the latest hacking

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Although his participation in the recent hacks was not remarkable, he held an important position being the face of the group in various interviews with journalists and in the face-off with the Westboro Baptist Church.

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Anonymous, working together with LulzSec and other hackers, have struck again. As a part of their Operation Antisec, Anonymous has released close to 400 megabytes of documents belonging to FBI contractor ManTech International.

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LulzSec and Anonymous have joined hands to set sail against PayPal. Apparently the money exchange giant has a lot of security holes that have not been plugged. The two hacktivist groups have taken it upon themselves to avenge Wikileaks.

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Anonymous and LulzSec have issued a statement saying that they don’t fear the FBI and they can’t stop them. They also government and corporations are their biggest enemies and they will continue to disrupt the internet. The statement was released after the FBI made 14 arrests in U.S. on Tuesday.

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It seems the Lulz Boat has set sail once again, shaking off its allegedly permanent anchorage. LulzSec has hacked yet another of Rupert Murdoch’s holdings – The Sun – and also put up a parody story of his death by palladium ingestion on a Times dummy page.

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The Only Good That Came out of Lulzsec- Good Publicity for CloudFlare

This debacle might result in stringent laws that would curb many freedoms people enjoy online. However, in the midst of all this fiasco, a company specializing in web caching and spam security got all the attention they ever needed.

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Find out if your account information was compromised and leaked online in the latest LulzSec hacks. See if your account informaiton was leaked by Lulzsec.

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Editorial: LulzSec, AntiSec and Why the Internet is a Sadder Place Now

LulzSec has, in about two months created uproars wherever it has “hacked”. The brazen hacktivist group recently announced that they will be retiring as per “their original plan” of sailing for fifty days. But was LulzSec really going to play for fifty days or is there a sinister plot behind closed servers that is forcing the group to call it quits? Read more to find out how LulzSec was caught between the devil and the deep sea and decided to retire, staging an elaborate surprise retirement.

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The infamous hacker group known as LulzSec has published what they are calling their final release. Their Twitter account reflects the idea of the 50 day old group is closing up shop.

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New Group “LulzSec Brazil” Takes Down Brazilian Government Portal

A new branch of LulzSec group called “LulzSec Brazil” has targeted and attacked the Brazilian Government portal and the homepage of the President of Brazil. The two websites, Brasil.gov.br and Presidencia.gov.br are currently down and unreachable.

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The joint operation by the FBI and Scotland Yard follows from the Sony, (probably)Lockheed Martin and the UK Census data leaks. This has resulted in what is being seen as the first LulzSec arrest.

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No one finds the LulzSec lulzworthy anymore. They are trying desperately to cover their tracks with obvious methods, like encrypting drives and using Virtual private networks to stay behind closed doors. Let us see how far this level of anonymity works for them.

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What they are doing is playing the reverse psychology card that will probably bring security through insecurity. People will start taking passwords seriously.

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