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Lulz Sec is actually helping security firms and IT technicians finally convince management that security minded practices are more important than convenience. If anything, this has made people and companies become more aware of how they use computers.
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Gag gag gag syndrom, gag gag gag - gag gag gag. xD
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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?
Please explain. Over my head.

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Please explain. Over my head.

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Karim Hijazi the CEO of Unveilance, the FBI affiliate, is a fraud. It's a fake company pretending to sound legit in order to milk millions of dollars from the government and any corporation that's scared into thinking they need their services. They have zero legitimate references and even starting plagiarizing content from another security researcher's blog in order to sound like they know what they're doing.

There seems to be a lot of people in the industry like this including Aaron Barr from HBGary Federal that made up fake stories of malware he could use to infect Middle Easterners and "uber" skills in stalking people through social media all in service to Bank of America, US Justice Department and US Chamber of commerce. So much money wasted on "defense" like these companies and $1000 toilet seats n' the like.
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Karim Hijazi the CEO of Unveilance, the FBI affiliate, is a fraud. It's a fake company pretending to sound legit in order to milk millions of dollars from the government and any corporation that's scared into thinking they need their services. They have zero legitimate references and even starting plagiarizing content from another security researcher's blog in order to sound like they know what they're doing.

There seems to be a lot of people in the industry like this including Aaron Barr from HBGary Federal that made up fake stories of malware he could use to infect Middle Easterners and "uber" skills in stalking people through social media all in service to Bank of America, US Justice Department and US Chamber of commerce. So much money wasted on "defense" like these companies and $1000 toilet seats n' the like.


I don't doubt you but I would like to see some sources to your info.
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So are you trying to say that LulzSec is attempting to unveil all of this information to the masses?

Or that its just so happening to come out while they have there lulz.
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I don't doubt you but I would like to see some sources to your info.
read the url posted above my post...
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Originally Posted by __Pat__ View Post
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?
Once again, you know nothing. Maybe Masked posts will make you understand that you're simply wrong. It is IMPOSSIBLE to hire enough people, and with enough time to time scour over every single line of code in every single software application a company uses, ensure every single machine connected to their network is 100% secure, and ensure that every person using those machines knows how to maintaing a 100% secure environment. Just use your mind for a second and think how many hackers there are simply trying to exploit software like Internet Explorer. Certainly many many many more than you can possibly employ to secure your network. Now multiply that by the many pieces of software running on the network and it is common sense to see that you're mistaken. Add to that number again the number people in the company using the network that aren't following 100% secure practices. There are nearly infinitely possible ways to gain some sort of unintended access.


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I'm trying not to resort to personal insult but you are making it really hard seeing as you are freely using them, in quite the hypocritical manner.
Where did I say that white hats secretly store info? I'm saying that black hats would not have declared what they hacked, and used it in secret. Thus, lulz are not black hats, but rather grey hats.
Thus you see, the misunderstanding and ignorance are stemming entirely from your behalf.
I'm well aware of what they are, and what they have done. Just because they say who they hacked doesn't make them not malicous Please, try to justify that they aren't malicous, I'd really like to see you try.

That hole's getting deeper son.
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"They best watch where they're sailing next time."


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"They best watch where they're sailing next time."


What would you do if they DDoS'd OCN?
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