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Yeah, they do it for the lulz. Sooner then later they will be caught, then we will see who will be lulzing.
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Originally Posted by Opeth07 View Post
Please dont ever get into a position of any power, but with that attitude I'm sure people would have a hard time taking you seriously.
With what attitude? The attitude that is protective of my fellow human being's personal information?

Sorry, but there's several different ways to notify a company of their security flaws. It's been going on for years. That's why the term "White Hat" was given to hackers who did break into systems to find vulnerabilities and notify their owners.

This doesn't fit what they're doing. Providing criminals with the information they need on thousands of people to steal their identities? Commit credit fraud? Hey, I'm glad you think it's okay to do that. I hope it happens to you so you can see what a real victim has to go through.
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post
With what attitude? The attitude that is protective of my fellow human being's personal information?

Sorry, but there's several different ways to notify a company of their security flaws. It's been going on for years. That's why the term "White Hat" was given to hackers who did break into systems to find vulnerabilities and notify their owners.

This doesn't fit what they're doing. Providing criminals with the information they need on thousands of people to steal their identities? Commit credit fraud? Hey, I'm glad you think it's okay to do that. I hope it happens to you so you can see what a real victim has to go through.
+1

I am all for white hat hackers, but these guys are just pricks.
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People like mbudden are just the absolute top of the type of people that I despise. They have no respect for others, or even themselves, and trash on people on forums for their only form of real entertainment. It's sad really, because they never really amount to anything, but they sure think they do.

The fact of the matter is that LulzSec are doing something that will change the face of the internet, and turn it into a police-enforced zone where everything you do, and type, is watched. Security on every site will have to reach legal minimums, and bandwidth will be monitored far heavier than ever before.

So no, this isn't "for the lulz", even they know that. They are hateful, and spiteful. Everyone from /b/ is.
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$200 Linux boxes.
I doubt this is true, but if it is that's pretty sad.
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Originally Posted by blue_k View Post
+1

I am all for white hat hackers, but these guys are just pricks.
I'm all for white hat's. But the problem is, LulzSec has been saying they have been sitting on these passwords to these databases and knowing they can own these certain companies/organizations for a while now.

Meaning that these companies/corporations with their millions/billions of dollars, didn't invest in the security. What's the point of owning a safe with guns in it, if you're going to keep it unlocked?

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People like mbudden are just the absolute top of the type of people that I despise. They have no respect for others, or even themselves, and trash on people on forums for their only form of real entertainment. It's sad really, because they never really amount to anything, but they sure think they do.

The fact of the matter is that LulzSec are doing something that will change the face of the internet, and turn it into a police-enforced zone where everything you do, and type, is watched. Security on every site will have to reach legal minimums, and bandwidth will be monitored far heavier than ever before.

So no, this isn't "for the lulz", even they know that. They are hateful, and spiteful. Everyone from /b/ is.
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Originally Posted by refeek View Post
At this point they're going a bit over the line. Even simple DDoS attacks can be traced eventually, and regardless of how good they are, ehhh. I've seen some REALLY good hackers before, and these guys are nothing but some teenagers with low self esteems. They did go after the U.S. Government though, and that's gonna be their biggest mistake.
Exactly. Which is why I mentioned g00ns Cl0r0x. His downfall was going political with his hackings. It went from hacking Teamspeak/Ventrilo/Games & beyond. Dude started hacking when he was like a young teenager. Now he's serving time and worrying about his soap.
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People like mbudden are just the absolute top of the type of people that I despise. They have no respect for others, or even themselves, and trash on people on forums for their only form of real entertainment. It's sad really, because they never really amount to anything, but they sure think they do.
But... but... without trashing other people online, how are they supposed make themselves feel superior to others?
    
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I doubt this is true, but if it is that's pretty sad.
Why? You don't need a powerful computer to hack with.
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