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US prosecutors are seeking leniency for Hector Xavier Monsegur, claiming in a court filing that the former head of the LulzSec hacking group has been an “extremely valuable and productive” informant for federal law enforcement officials.
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A unit of the UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Great Britain's equivalent of the NSA, was discovered to have conducted a cyberattack against the hacker collectives Anonymous and LulzSec, according to documents revealed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
A newly published report from the cyber-security company Symantec said the hacker group known as Hidden Lynx is based out of China. However, unlike previous similar reports, the latest analysis did not tie cyber-attacks specifically to the Chinese government.
Sony has said they will not be appealing $376,000 fine levied against them earlier this year by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). The British organization tagged the company with this fine following 2011's attack on their PlayStation Network by members of the hacking group Anonymous.
According to the Japan Times, a Nintendo fan site has been hit with an attack that has exposed the private information of nearly 24,000 users.
Four more LulzSec hackers said to have played a part in the June 2011 attacks against Sony Computer Group have been sentenced to up to 32 months in prison. Each of these young hackers pleaded guilty to a host of charges.
Australian police say they have arrested the self-proclaimed leader of the international hacktivist organization known as Lulz Security, or LulzSec.
A tweet on the Associated Press' (AP) hacked Twitter account reported today that there were two explosions in the White House and that President Barack Obama was injured.
Another member of the hacktivist collective LulzSec was brought to justice yesterday when a judge sentenced 25-year old Cody Kretsinger to one year in prison for his role in attacking Sony’s network in June 2011.
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