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Then these people are in the wrong field.
Not really, it's like a puzzle. Just advanced problem solving and that's a trait of heavy computer users.
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I would enjoy seeing them try to take on World of Warcraft servers..those are pretty beefy compared to the kids stuff they are dealing with now
Actually EVE's game server sees by far the largest number of concurrent users of any MMO, because EVE only has one server (excluding test servers). CCP took it down pre-emptively, but still...
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Just answer me this question, and I will shut up. How is it that these "experts" can't find those hidden vulnerabilities, but yet the regular hacker that's hacking from his basement can?
Um, they can...That's why they're employed in the first place...Some of them used to be that hacker hiding in their basement on a Saturday night.

Programming security to prevent an attack and finding a vulnerability during an attack are two very different things.

I spent months on our firewall, had numerous consultants including several from the FBI and there are still vulnerabilities...Does that mean they're not qualified? No. It means that we're human. H U M A N and there will be a hole somewhere or a mistake somewhere...I've never seen a complete system without at least 1 error, I doubt anyone has.

Nginx//Oracle etc all have their own inherent faults which, you really can't even begin to calculate until it hits the fan so, please stop condemning security firms for something you have no knowledge of.

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I'm not talking about security firms which they hired, but the rogue hackers that address them.
Dur dur durrrrrr. Refer to the above.

In fact, make a firewall as complete as humanly possible, yourself, toss us your IP...I guarentee it won't take long.

Lulz is not hacking anything for justice, in the name of justice or to provide any possible form of information to anyone...They're not even hacking in the name of the FOIA, it's simply hacking to cause detriment...

Just like Anonymous sold the user end information they got from Sony (Thank you 10+ people with my social security #) Lulz is equally as vindictive because they're using it for leverage.

A grey hat, in this industry is someone with respectable talent that walks the line...Lulz FAR from walks the line; there is no good will or common industry growth in their acts...Extortion, blocking users from services...How are any of these grey hat actions? They're not.

Using EFF as an example won't cut it because they didn't horde user end data and extort the victim's company and EFF actually gave detailed information as to where the vulnerabilities were...Not some LULZ we just hacked your system.

Black is black, period; and Lulz is very black.
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This just in...and gave me a good laugh.

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Tango down - magnets.com - we called them and they wouldn't tell us how magnets worked.
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Tango down - magnets.com - we called them and they wouldn't tell us how magnets worked.
http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/81043039212146688
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Redirecting our number to World of Warcraft customer support.
http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/81047904797724673
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omg! No! Not WoW!!
    
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Our number literally has anywhere between 5-20 people ringing it every single second. We can forward it anywhere in the world. Suggestions?
http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/81050600166531073
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They hit HoN login servers 2 weeks after they got DDoS'd and moved to new racks =l
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LoL, you people are discussing Lulz for all the wrong reasons. Has no one bothered to discuss the front page articles?
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