Jun 25, 2011
Maybe it’s an unavoidable fact that someday this will happen. LulzSec finally gets the attention not only by the FBI but the attention of other hacker groups. During their hacking spree, maybe they stomp upon a hornet’s nest, and now LulzSec is everyone’s target.
Earlier this week, multiple hackers claimed responsible for disabling the LulzSec website. A well known hacker that goes by name of “The Jester” claims his the one who brought down the website. He also claims that “Sabu” a Brazilian hacker was the leader of LulzSec. He posted his researched about Sabu on pastebin.com
But it’s not just one but many, and it seems that all of them have similar plans. Another hacker group that calls themselves “TeaMp0isoN” vows to reveal the real-world identities of LulzSec members. A member of this group is sending a message aiming LulzSec:
“…we warned you, we told you we do not make empty threats, we gave u 48hrs to secure your ircs yet u failed to do so, instead u posted hashes from public forums and then claimed you doxed us and laughed at the fact that i was 17years old. stop telling yourself that u are hackers… And so it continues… Stay tuned.”
Conflicting ideas exists between LulzSec and other hacker groups. Other hacker groups think that what LulzSec doing is just for fun and publicity. That LulzSec should not exposed those information for public exploitation. They added that if LulzSec wants to teach someone a lesson, they should do it privately with the concerned party. This motivation by the group could have been brought by LulzSec being gone too far or perhaps they want to have a piece of attention from the world that LulzSec currently have. What do you think?