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Two hackers plead guilty to LulzSec attacks on Web sites

Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis, aka "Topiary," plead guilty to DDoS attacks; two others plead not guilty. The charges centered on events in a 50-day hacking spree last year.

By June 25, 2012

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Will LulzSec arrests stop high-profile hacks? Don't bet on it

The arrests may have taken out the group known as "LulzSec," but there are still untold numbers of the hacktivist group Anonymous who remain active.

By March 6, 2012

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Michael Jackson back catalog stolen in Sony hack

Two U.K. men have been charged with illegally downloading the singer's entire 50,000-track back catalog, including unreleased songs.

By March 4, 2012

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Who is behind the hacks? (FAQ)

Several hacking groups have taken credit for recent attacks on Sony and others. Who are they and why are they doing it?

By June 14, 2011

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Arrests in Spain don't mean Sony's troubles are over

Spanish police arrest three people in connection with PlayStation Network breach. But given the nature of loosely organized hacking groups and the state of Sony's Web security, the company still has work to do.

By June 10, 2011

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Sony Pictures says 37,500 customer records exposed

Sony's film group provides a few more details on last week's hacking attack claimed by the group known as Lulzsec.

By June 8, 2011

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LulzSec hackers--just having a laugh?

LulzSec hacker group's antics include fake news stories and thumbing its nose at big companies, government partners, and others.

By June 9, 2011

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Hackers taunt Sony with more data leaks, hacks

The latest hacks bring the total against Sony to 16, the group LulzSec says as it exposes data from several internal Sony networks.

By June 6, 2011

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At E3, Sony apologizes for security breaches

Sony Computer Entertainment of America CEO Jack Tretton addresses the "elephant in the room," saying he's sorry for causing anxiety.

By June 6, 2011

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Attacks on Sony, others show it's open hacking season

Spate of Sony hacks amid more serious attacks shows revival of digital pranks in wake of Anonymous online protests in support of WikiLeaks.

By June 8, 2011