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post #261 of 708
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Originally Posted by Scrappy;13864150 
lulz needs to be shut down

Why? They are showing how important internet security is. They hacked a part of the government, does that shows me how poor security is, and I'm sure they can hack way more.
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Originally Posted by c0nnection;13864446 
They'll get caught. The government agencies are probably already on to them. The thing is they won't do anything. Before they eventually raid their homes, they will intentionally allow the crimes to stack up so the case against them will be strong enough to ruin their lives. The government isn't going to crack down on them instantly only for them to get a slap on the wrist with fines and probation.

Anyone recall that old hacker known as g00ns Cl0r0x? The dude is serving like a 15 yr prison sentence.

Unless ofc, they live in russia or china.
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post #263 of 708
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.;13864521 
Unless ofc, they live in russia or china.

The U.S. has already stated they will us military action if necessary for things like this.
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post #264 of 708
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Originally Posted by Scrappy;13864528 
The U.S. has already stated they will us military action if necessary for things like this.

Right... I'm sure that breaks a couple of international laws right there.
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Originally Posted by Scrappy;13864528 
The U.S. has already stated they will us military action if necessary for things like this.

That's full-on cyberwarfare not recreational hacking/harassment. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Scrappy;13864528 
The U.S. has already stated they will us military action if necessary for things like this.

The U.S. is not dumb enough to spark WWIII with countries part of the UN because the hacking of a senate site was "inconvenient"
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post #267 of 708
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Originally Posted by hello im sean;13864439 
so far everything they've done hasn't been helpful...

Incorrect, they hacked into the NHS and patched up their security along with telling them about the flaws, I read they did the same with Nintendo. How is that not helpful?

Don't mistake my comments as me condoning their actions, I think it's pretty bad that they are exposing the details of customers of these companies. Even if nothing else good comes of all of this hacking, it is at least bringing to light the lackluster security of huge corporations and government departments who should be doing everything within reason to protect the data they store (in the UK that would fall under the Data Protection Act)
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post #268 of 708
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Originally Posted by yoshi245;13864252 
Why can't Lulz be more productive and hacking Activision, or more especially Kotick's computers? frown.gif

Imagine it now internal Activision documents leaked showing that COD 27 out in the year 2018, same story and everything else.

Why would we want leaked data about something we're already certain that will happen? confused.gif
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post #269 of 708
These guys are only helping the companies they hack. They aren't doing anything lasting or malicious. They just doing it to show it can be done.

These companies should be thanking LulSec if anything, because their security holes being fixed may save them from being hacked from someone who actually want to do them harm.
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post #270 of 708
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Originally Posted by IcyPimpHand;13864464 
Why? They are showing how important internet security is. They hacked a part of the government, does that shows me how poor security is, and I'm sure they can hack way more.

That's incredibly short sighted and completely ignorant of the facts. Why are they releasing personal information and intellectual property?
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