Hacking group strikes one last time after announcing 50-day rampage has ended; Anonymous asserts they “sail in the same spirit”.
LulzSec, also known as Lulz Security, has turned the world topsy-turvy within two months of its initial attack. Since then, it has attacked organizations ranging from Nintendo to Bethesda to the CIA. Just a few days ago, the group announced its farewell.
Facebook has hired George Hotz, better known as Geohot, although it’s not clear what his role is at the company.
Multiple sources are reporting that famed iPhone and PlayStation hacker George Hotz aka Geohot, has recently started work at Facebook in product development; many outlets are speculating that, given his skills, he is most likely an iOS App Developer. We think he’s much more likely to be working in Facebooks upcoming “Project Spartan” HTML5 app store or security testing. Read the rest of this entry
LulzSec has just announced its decision to quit after 50 days of “Lulz.”
As a parting gift, the hacking group has released a torrent on the Pirate Bay of information it claimed belonged to Arizona law enforcement agencies, which is now available for download, in what they say is their last operation. This authenticity of the claim has been confirmed by the law Read the rest of this entry