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A properly secured site cannot be penetrated, unlike the "padlock" which is a physical destroyable thing.
I stopped reading right there.
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My opinion: drag em into the street and shoot em in the head. I really wouldn't have an issue with what they've done as far as accessing these sites, but posting personal information of consumers is not "lulzy," it's stupid, selfish, and destructive. The amount of hoops someone has to jump through once they're identity has been stolen is insane, not to mention the 10's of thousands of dollars it costs to get it rectified.
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Don't see the point tbh.

What have Minecraft and Eve online done to harm anyone ?

Well done hackers have a sticker.
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These guys are obscenely good at what they do. It is going to be a long time before anything is done to stop them. That one website for the security firm is still the lolsec picture from when they changed it. Apparently they can't figure out what happened. That really says something about these guys.
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My opinion: drag em into the street and shoot em in the head. I really wouldn't have an issue with what they've done as far as accessing these sites, but posting personal information of consumers is not "lulzy," it's stupid, selfish, and destructive. The amount of hoops someone has to jump through once they're identity has been stolen is insane, not to mention the 10's of thousands of dollars it costs to get it rectified.
I agree with you. What they have done is just plain stupid. I still don't get why the hell they do these things. I guess it is to show that these sites/services have security flaws and flap around there hacker-peen? Isn't there a better way of informing the sites/services of there security flaws then posting peoples personal information on the web?
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Another source of the Titanic Tuesday Takedown

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/n...-escapades.ars
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what 9000?
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