LulzSec hacker arrested by British police
UK, June 21, 2011
British police said Tuesday that “arrested a 19 year old boy on suspicion of masterminding the international group of hackers called LulzSec.”
He was arrested during a raid organized jointly by Scotland Yard and the U.S. FBI.
This group recognized “have been behind several security breaches to the websites of several organizations, including the Organized Crime Agency of the United Kingdom, the United States Senate and the CIA, as well as companies Nintendo and Sony.”
Also LulzSec reported its assault on government computer systems in the UK saying that “managed to extract all information from the UK census of 2011 and by the time saved the data to give them the correct format and can be distributed across from ThePirateBay.”
The group highlighted its alliance with Anonymous (another group of hackers) to conduct coordinated attacks against any government, agency or corporation in the world to try to stifle freedom and progress.
LulzSec this morning attacked a security agency, the British government (SOCA).
LulzSec once acknowledged responsibility for the attacks said they used the portal Pastebin, which became one of the main roads to ensure that the attacks managed data across the population census of 2011 UK.
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