LulzSec Takes Down CIA.gov Website, Forwards Prank Calls to FBI
By on June 15th, 2011

In a brutal and continuous attack, a hacker group going by the name of LulzSec have been causing havoc in the web world. Earlier this month, LulzSec had taken down high profile sites such as Sony Developer Network and Sony Pictures.

Lulzsec CIA Down

Since then they have hacked several other high profile websites including gaming servers and more. Quite recently, @LulzSec have become quite active on and have been posting details about their exploits and asking users for suggestions for future hack targets.

LulzSec FBI Calls

In a day today, they have managed to bombard the FBI with calls and taken down the CIA website CIA.gov. The group who are behind this are anonymous (not be be confused with the group "Anonymous"), but their exploits are definitely creating quite a flutter within security circles.

This is definitely not the last time we are going to hear about @LulzSec, it is going be a long road ahead…

More updates coming..

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