Former LulzSec Leader a Troublemaker Both Offline and Online

It's now a well-worn adage that online, each of us can be anyone. You recognize an individual by their typed words and actions. It's possible to get to know someone very personally indeed, and yet know virtually nothing about their daily lives. Where do they work? What city do they live in? How do they move through the … » 3/09/12 2:30pm 3/09/12 2:30pm

Lulzsec Hackers Call It Quits

Whether planned retirement (or, more likely, hounded into disbanding), Lulzsec, the unlovable clowns behind hack operations against BioWare, Sony, Nintendo, EVE Online and Minecraft, ended its brief reign of semi-terror today with its final dump of stolen data, highlighted by 550,000 user names and passwords for the » 6/26/11 3:00pm 6/26/11 3:00pm

Teenager Arrested on Suspicion of Hacking. Possible LulzSec Connection?

According to the BBC, a 19-year-old male was arrested in Essex. Scotland Yard wouldn't confirm if the arrest was connected to a LulzSec attack on a police website, but did confirm it was followed a string of denial of service attacks. This suspect is apparently believed to be LulzSec's leader. [BBC] » 6/21/11 8:00am 6/21/11 8:00am

The LulzSec Manifesto: More Sec Than Lulz

In honor of its thousandth tweet—and on the heels of compromising the websites of the CIA, US Senate, Sony, and more—the crew of the good ship LulzSec has presented the world with a manifesto, of sorts. So who is LulzSec? And what is it they want? » 6/17/11 2:00pm 6/17/11 2:00pm

Report: Lulz Security Sony Hacker Arrested

As hacker collective Lulz Security claims it snagged Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer Network source code, newspaper The Epoch Times reports that one LulzSec member, Robert Cavanaugh, is believed to be in FBI custody. » 6/06/11 7:54pm 6/06/11 7:54pm

Hacker Group Says It's Snagged Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer…

The hacker collective Lulz Security isn't taking a break from its attacks on Sony simply because it's E3. This morning, via Twitter, Lulzsec bragged that it had compiled Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer Network source code. Earlier in the week Lulzsec went after Sony BMG and Sony Pictures, and broke into… » 6/06/11 11:51am 6/06/11 11:51am

Hackers Who Hit Sony Now Breach Nintendo's U.S. Website

Nintendo said today that hackers breached a server for its U.S. website but no customer information was compromised. The hacker group Lulzsec, which is behind other breaches of Sony websites earlier this week, claimed responsibility. » 6/05/11 2:00pm 6/05/11 2:00pm