LulzSec is an anonymous group of hackers who recently soared into the status of Internet pranksters du jour after releasing massive volumes of personal information in a series of hacks against corporate online databases and government websites. Not only does Lulz Security pack a heavy punch, the group has been also prone to express their love for teh lulz, including vandalism of PBS frontpage with Nyan Cat and a fake news article about Tu Pac still being alive or embedding a “Dimitri finds out” video on the frontpage of cybersecurity firm Infraguard. Here’s a timeline of Lulzsec’s exploits to date.
Types of Information Leaked:
User IDs: indicates user information such as login ID, password, email address.
Personal IDs: indicates personal information such as phone number and home address.
Site Information: indicates backend codes such as SQLs and root directories.
Takedown: indicates temporary disruption of service due to DDoS attack.
Access Codes: indicates digital currency such as coupons and redeem codes.