LulzSec has since disbanded (though, do hackers ever really disband?) since their "50 Days of Lulz
," however; the group published codes online to download music from the Sony Pictures website in an effort to "plunder those 3.5 million music coupons while they can." As a reaction to the hack, Sony pulled down their Playstation Network for almost a month, while they regrouped and better prepared their online defenses, should LulzSec strike again.
Security recently claimed crashing the CIA website and have also reportedly attacked Sony, Nintendo, the US Senate, the US Public Broadcasting System and Infraguard, a private company that works with the FBI.
Security claimed to have launched denial of service (DoS) attacks on several websites as a result of opening its "request line", although it gave no details.
had earlier targeted Sony, Nintendo and Fox News.
Data releases will not contain information that "a typical Lulz
Lizard can just abuse mindlessly," Anonymous said.
Security is the same group that broke into the servers that run Sony Pictures Entertainment websites last week, and claimed attacks on US PBS television and Fox.com.
A hacker group called LulzSec, or Lulz
Security hacked the sites of Sony Corp., the CIA, an FBI affiliate, the U.S.
Details of the attack on InfraGard came after Nintendo said it had been targeted by Lulz
Security, which describes itself as a collective of hackers who attack weakly protected websites for fun.
Security said it broke into servers that run SonyPictures.com.
Security, which became infamous after hacking multinational corporations and government agencies, issued a statement on Saturday night thanking supporters.
"We had successfully stolen 700 DPS files," Lulz
security said in a bulletin on Thursday afternoon.
We are Lulz
Security, and this is our final release, as today marks something meaningful to us.