Hackers Internal Wars ContinueAdded: Monday, July 4th, 2011
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One more group has come forward to boast that it compromised hacker group called LulzSec. They also claim that they plan to hand LulzSec’s details over to the FBI. As for the hacker group, it didn’t pay attention to the threats but instead set the date of its first document dump.
The relations between hacker group known as LulzSec and those trying to stop them are becoming more complicated. A number of news have already been debunked – the first one claimed that the mastermind of LulzSec had been arrested by the British police. In reality, it turned out that the individual in question just operated the group’s IRC channel, but wasn’t involved in its hacking activities. As if this wasn’t enough, the next day media falsely blamed LulzSec for compromising Distribute.IT, although a different hacker named EVIL clearly took responsibility for it. Such frequent incidences in the media really made it difficult to separate fact from fiction.
The most surprising fact is that the list of people claiming they have compromised the hacker group is rapidly growing! The first one was WebNinja who published content at PasteBin, saying that LulzSec is actually a CIA operation. It didn’t make much sense, but WebNinja claimed that Adrian Lamo was the leader of the hacker group, which members comprised of people from the media and a CIA operative. In order to prove the accusations, WebNinja posted a Whois of LulzSec.com, although it wasn’t LulzSec’s official site. While it was clear that Whois data could be easily faked, WebNinja for some reason added that they all wanted to see LulzSec “behind bars for their insane acts”, probably having forgot that they were supposed to be CIA operative.
WebNinja was followed by ABC which cited “TeaMpOisoN”, who threatened to expose hacker group’s members by posting their pictures, addresses, passwords, and phone numbers online. It came as no surprise that the original page containing threats was soon taken down.
As you can realize from all this, LulzSec hacker group’s rise to fame is very interesting, but it is unclear how long it will last. Their opposition seems to be quite childish and do not oppose any threat. In case the opposition really wants to stop the hackers, it can be recommended to stop inadvertently helping LulzSec. Indeed, carrying out verbal attacks instead of letting LulzSec get too comfortable can only hurt any attempts to stop them.
July 4th,2011Posted by:
Monday, July 4th, 2011
|What goes up must come down. It's a law of physics, nature, and mortality.|
|It's a law of physics and nature??? Are you stupid or something??|
You seem to forget that if something goes UP with enough FORCE (ie SPEED) it NEVER comes down ... just look at Voyager 1 & 2, the 9 Pioneer probes (3-11), the Mars Landers, the Russian Venus landers, the Cassini probe, etc How about the International Space Station?? It went UP a bit at a time, but now that it's together, if it ever came DOWN (and arrived at the wrong time) major cities and even whole countries could be at risk.
In case you haven't noticed lately, but LulzSec's rise to fame has been METEORIC. Given the SPEED and FORCE of their rise, can you see them coming down in anything BUT disastrous circumstances?? And what will be destroyed when they land??
|go hacker group, lol|
|I Liked That Physics Law !! Crashman << Awesome Post Can/t Say nomore !!||
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