Monday, 27 June 2011

Hacker Group Lulz Security Announces to Disband

Hacker Group Lulz Security Announces to Disband

What if its negative publicity, an activist hacker group, Lulz Security, has caught the world off guard, when it reported to have breached the policies of Sony Corp. the U. S. Senate and the Central Intelligence Agency, by attacking their websites.

Moreover, the FBI and the US defence department went through extreme shock after Lulz directed its malicious efforts targeting the government secretes.

Apparently, Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer of US security company Veracode, is of the opinion that Lulz has so far showed “average skill level”, pulling a wide range of net tools to attack any system.

Meanwhile, reports have confirmed the detention of three suspected members of the group on June 10 by the Spanish police, of hacking websites of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, Spain's second-biggest bank, and Enel SpA, the Italian owner of Spanish power company Endesa SA.

Confirming their success in the last two months, the group said in a June 25 posting through its Twitter Inc. account, "Our planned 50 day cruise has expired, and we must now sail into the distance”.

With the pressure mounting on the cyber-attacking group, Lulz claimed that the group would soon disintegrate. Even then, the looming threat on the dozens of websites, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the United States Senate, the Arizona state police and Sony cannot be ruled out.

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