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The organization's Web site was also taken down by a DDoS attack back in June when LulzSec allegedly took aim at the organization.
Core members of LulzSec have been sentenced for their campaigns -- and according to the defense, some of the victims were "thoroughly deserving" of what happened to them.
Britain's elite Serious Organised Crime Agency have sidestepped copyright law to replace music site RnBXclusive with a threatening message.
Hacking suspect Jake Davis is out on bail today following an appearance at Westminster Magistrates' Court. The 18-year-old from the Shetland Isles has been banned from the Web ahead of his trial on 30 August.
The 19-year-old, said to be connected to the LulzSec hacking group, remains in custody after bail was granted. His lawyer says Cleary also has agoraphobia, the BBC reports.
Hack attack! Rumours are flying around the Internet that LulzSec has stolen UK census data and seen one of its members arrested. Is the net closing on headline-grabbing hackers?
In a matter of minutes, e-crime experts hack into a Windows XP computer that is unprotected and connected to an unsecured wireless network.
Metropolitan Police in London suggests creating national cybercrime unit to help local police departments coordinate efforts.
Criminals took part in a scam worth millions, but U.K. police admit they can't crack the gang's computer records.
The three Russian citizens, accused of extorting $4 million, focused on U.K. Internet gambling sites.