LulzSec, the group of internet Hackers have released a statement stating that their business on the Web is now done and they are going to disband their group. Then what about the Anti-Sec movement that LulzSec bragged about for many days? LulzSec advice Anti-Sec followers to turn to Anonymous. We all know about LulzSec right? The group of guys(now Revealed as 6 guys) that hacked the Sony corporation, CIA and US Senate and rocked the nation. What is the purpose of disbanding their group now? This seems to be a big question. LulzSec states
“Our planned 50 day cruise has expired, and we must now sail into the distance, leaving behind – we hope – inspiration, fear, denial, happiness, approval, disapproval, mockery, embarrassment, thoughtfulness, jealousy, hate, even love.”
They have been active for 50 days now and they have resurrected the Anti-Sec movement. Having an account with more than 277, 000 followers on Twitter the groups influence spread around the world in a hurricane. More than that the group claimed over a BBC interview that they received over 18,000 $ funds for their Security Mockery.
But LulzSec didn’t leave the building without giving it’s followers a thank-you gift. They have released a torrent rar file containing dumps of famous companies and institutes such as – AOL, AT&T, Battlefiled Heroes Game, FBI, Hackersforums.net, US Navy, Disney and many more. You can learn more about what were in these dump files over TNW.
What about the enemies LulzSec maid for the past 50 days. Will they disappear? They might have made sworn enemies that won’t quit until hunted down just like in Animes. LulzSec disappeared but then we will have more and more hacker trouble. The institutes and Corporations must now consider building not only defense systems but offense systems that can hunt down attacker. As the proverb goes – Best defense is a good Offense. What do you think about Lulz bailing out? What about the next awaiting LulzSec group?