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Some of what they do may not be completely justifiable but there were some lulz when security companies bragged about how LulzSec was getting them new customers and then those same companies were hacked... lulz
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Originally Posted by treeman View Post
Some of what they do may not be completely justifiable but there were some lulz when security companies bragged about how LulzSec was getting them new customers and then those same companies were hacked... lulz
roflmao you got an article or anything on those? Or are you referring to Blackberg?
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A notorious hacker group has warned the NHS that its computer networks are vulnerable to cyber attack.

Lulz Security, which claims to have been behind a recent hack on Sony, sent an email to NHS administrators revealing it had found a way to breach the service's network.

"While you aren't considered an enemy - your work is of course brilliant - we did stumble upon several of your admin passwords," the e-mail read.

It lists the stolen information - but blacks out the names in the tweet.

"We mean you no harm and only want to help you fix your tech issues," the mail continued.
Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13712377

Lulzsec doing good for once. I think if they had leaked NHS data, that would have really turned so many people against them. I'm glad they had the sense of mind to do the right thing here
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this is a repost but the original post got moved and i can't directly link to it. ( 7 threads down in software news )
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this is a repost but the original post got moved and i can't directly link to it. ( 7 threads down in software news )
Na it's not...there was a request to have a thread merged but it screwed up...I had to undo that merged. This is the very thread.
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I would guess they are grey hats, but only so until you give them means not to be. Sony gave them means not to be, they were overly cocky about their security. Yeah PSN might come up and be more secure, though obviously their network as a whole isn't.

Personally I don't care about them, or them leaking data, as I don't keep any data online. I never do, for this reason alone.
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I would guess they are grey hats, but only so until you give them means not to be. Sony gave them means not to be, they were overly cocky about their security. Yeah PSN might come up and be more secure, though obviously their network as a whole isn't.

Personally I don't care about them, or them leaking data, as I don't keep any data online. I never do, for this reason alone.
so you are totally off the grid.
no job... no internet service provider... no education in the past 20 years...
no bank accounts... no insurance...

is that what you are saying?
    
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According to their site, releases are scheduled on Fridays. So expect something soon. Because they gotta get down on Friday. Everybody gotta get down on Friday.
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so you are totally off the grid.
no job... no internet service provider... no education in the past 20 years...
no bank accounts... no insurance...

is that what you are saying?
^ this.

Heaps of people say 'I don't mind since I don't keep anything major online' - are you sure? Your bank stores your account info and everything to do with your money on 'secure' servers. These servers are no doubt connected to the internet. Sooooooo, sure, people might not use their credit card or bank details on the internet for purchases, but just because you never personally key that info into a website, doesn't mean it isn't stored somewhere. Any computer connected to the internet is reachable.

An example could be teachers at the school that I work for (I'm the IT Admin). They are all hopeless with computers, probably never put any of their info online; they are the type of people that physically go to the bank to check their balance. But we have their information in our payroll system, HR system etc etc. If the school got targeted, a lot of damage could be done - bank details going walk about etc etc.

Just something for people to keep in mind.

With that said, I'm kind of on the fence about LulzSec, on one hand they are raising security awareness, but on the other they leak sensitive data.
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If the school got targeted, a lot of damage could be done - bank details going walk about etc etc.
The difference is that a bank has an interest in keeping your data secure, whereas the school doesn't. If sensitive customer records were stolen from a bank's systems... well, just use your imagination. The damage done to the customers could be pretty bad, but the damage done to peoples' trust in the banking system as a whole would be enormous.
    
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