Archive for the ‘Hacking’ Category

LulzSec Member Pleads “Not Guilty”

A former LulzSec member has officially pleaded “not guilty” to federal charges that he hacked into the servers of global intelligence company Stratfor and stole credit card data and personal details of 860,000 of its clients. Jeremy Hammond pled “not guilty” on Monday during a brief hearing in US District Court in Manhattan, according to […]

LulzSec Hacker Claims Credit for VMware Hack

VMware has announced a leak of source code from their ESX hypervisor. A hacker, who goes by the handle “Hardcore Charlie,” posted the code on Pastebin on April 8. VMware states that there is a “possibility that more files may be posted in the future.” Apparently, the code posted dates from 2003 to 2004. The […]

Cody Kretsinger of LulzSec Pleads Guilty

Cody Kretsinger, accused of being a LulzSec hacker, pleaded guilty in a federal court located in Los Angeles, California. He pleaded guilty to felony charges associated with the breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment that occurred in mid-2011. Kretsinger went by the alias “Recursion” and testified that he indeed took part in a SQL injection attack […]

LulzSec Returns

After the arrest of a few members and the revelation that Sabu was an FBI informant, a YouTube video was posted announcing that LulzSec is returning. On April 1, 2012, the group will be back, and attack corporations and governments. They have promised “epic operations and pranks.” The LulzSec video insists that the group remains a concern. […]

FBI Conference Call Anon Arrested

Back on January 17, 2012, a hacker affiliated with Anonymous managed to infiltrate and record an international conference call between members of the FBI and UK police on the topic of Anonymous. What did the conference call entail? It revealed a plan by UK investigators to intentionally delay several current court cases against accused Anonymous […]

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