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Originally Posted by Maxxa View Post
The FBI should thank these hackers for pointing out the vulnerability in their parntners network.
People still put way too much trust in the interwebz...there is no place for secrets online.
yes there is

www.postsecret.com
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That doesn't mean other agencies can't help with catching these guys...
From what i heard Chinese and Russian officials are very fast in assisting FBI with cyber crime originated from their countries.

/Sarcasm off

Other of those countries have seriously long times with all international crimes, some might not have laws for that .

Only reason why they could be caught is that they're hackers who want fame, and boast about their awesomeness. If they keep it to completely anonymous channels they won't get caught. If they can't hold it in and boast a little closer to circles which could obtain their true identity they can be caught.

The dangerous hackers would have done the same in silence and sold the information to interested parties.
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Would you thank them if they hacked your personal home network and stole credit card numbers and such?
You shouldn't keep credit card info on your computer in .txt.
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You shouldn't keep credit card info on your computer in .txt.
Nor passwords or email addresses.
Unlike Sony and Infragard.
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Then I would never put anything of value online again until there was certainty of protection.
Don't hold your breath.

Any security can be bypassed in even gloriously non technical ways. I can understand the SQL injection hacks being laughable, but even a well secured network can be compromised.

I don't really feel there is a way to guarantee protection of digital assets.

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LulzSec is showing these corporations etc that their security is not up to date, they aren't keeping up. It's funny how all these companies etc have BILLIONS of dollars. But they neglect the one thing that could hurt them most, their security and their consumers information.
According to the article, they don't know how they got hacked.

I know this is the idea, but something tells me it isn't always as easy as "Bad security, lol" - not to mention that leaking sensitive information (if it WAS sensitive) puts others at risk besides the company\\entity, and doing that to make a point is pretty selfish and callous. You have to break some eggs, but it doesn't come off as collateral, it comes off as "I don't care".

What is the motivation here?
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Not to mention, they exposed that Karim guy. lol.
Check the IRC log.
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Not to mention, they exposed that Karim guy. lol.
Check the IRC log.
I read that, thought that was pretty interesting.

I'm all for outing corruption, but I don't like the idea of just posting up usernames and passwords of probably decent people. It seems rather unnecessary.
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Does this remind anyone of the plot of the last Die Hard movie? A hacker was employed by the US, he tells them that they are dangerously insecure. They don't listen, he leaves and a few months later everything that can be hacked is hacked and the US almost comes to a complete dark age, except John McClane is there to save the day.

Other than the part about the hacker being employed by the US, and John McClane, this sounds eerily familiar. I really hope someone finds these lulzsec guys before this gets even more out of hand. The only good that can come out of this is at least everyone will realize how insecure these companies, and even some government partners are, and actually update their security.
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FBI will definitely catch them. They will outsource their counter-hacking to China. Lulsec will then surrender.
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