New Group “LulzSec Brazil” Takes Down Brazilian Government Portal

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, and are currently down and unreachable.

Brazilian Government Portal Attack

LulzSec Brazil claimed the attack by updating their Twitter timeline. The LulzSec Brazil group was started on June 19 and had promised that if they got more than 1,000 followers on Twitter, then they would attack and invade Brazil’s government portal.

LulzSecBrazil Attack Brazil Govt Website

LulzSec Brazil currently has more than 1,200 followers on Twitter.

According to Anonymous, the new Brazalian branch is part of the Anonymous and LulzSec operation called “AntiSec”. An video from Anonymous said:

We encourage defacement’s of the enemies websites, and use of the word antisec on any and every website or pro censorship group. Any exposed intelligence the enemy decides to withhold from us, should be brought to light. It’s time to show the corrupt governments of the world that they have no right to censor what they do not own.

Watch the video released by Anonymous:

According to LulzSec’s tweet, the next step they would take is to release AntiSec documents in coming days.

LulzSec AntiSec

Few days back, LulzSec attacked CIA website

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