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LulzSec Hacks US Senate, Porn.com and CIA websites – Data Released Publicly

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Hackers are just becoming a pain for all major websites and online networks.  Some are hacking sites just for fun whereas some are doing this to take any sort of revenge. Sony PSN hack is old news now, LulzSec (Lulz Security) is in news again now, as they hacked the US Senate Website (Government site) and Porn.com website. They have released the data of both the websites, on their website and as usual it posted hilarious and lighthearted messages on the release statement. Hacking one of the US Government website will make high movement in the States. Now they have even hacked the CIA website! Will it be considered as war against the country?

Lulz Security came into existence in May 2011. As this hacker group name suggests, LulzSec claims to be interested in mocking and embarrassing companies by exposing security flaws rather than stealing data for criminal purposes. It has hacked several websites by using the straightforward hacking method SQL Injection and posted the data on their website. LulzSec had access to 1 million SONY’s user accounts and several other high-profile companies. But, SONY said that only 37500 user accounts are compromised. But, it’s a big deal right?

The Senate Website attack:

The Senate Website data released is not so interesting to read to common people. But, it showed the real data of the Government file structure in Linux mode. The data they hacked is the main Apache HTTP server configuration file. It also contains the configuration directives that give the server its instructions.US Senate also confirmed this attack.

The Porn.com Website attack:

LulzSec hacked the porn.com website and released all the email IDs and Passwords (around 26000 passwords!). They showed the email IDs of US Government employees, Army professionals and other porn website webmasters also.

Here are some hilarious words in the LulzSec hack data release statement:

In porn.com hack release data, they have commented as below:

Hi! We like porn (sometimes), so these are email/password combinations from pron.com which we plundered for the lulz. Check out these government and military email addresses that signed up to the porn site… They are too busy fapping to defend their country.

These guys probably sign into Facebook with the same email/pass combo, so we suggest the following:

1) sign into their Facebook accounts

2) find their family members

3) tell them all about how the victim (you!) signed up to porn sites

4) watch the hilarity

5) tell us about it on twitter!

6) ???????

7) PROFIT

In the US Senate Hacked data release:

We don’t like the US government very much. Their boats are weak, their lulz are low, and their sites aren’t very secure. In an attempt to help them fix their issues, we’ve decided to donate additional lulz in the form of owning them some more! This is a small, just-for-kicks release of some internal data from Senate.gov – is this an act of war, gentlemen? Problem?

What say readers? Is this the good move by the hackers groups such as Anonymous and LulzSec to hack into the high-profile websites, whom we trust and share our email and password along with credit card details.

Isn’t this is a lesson here for all high-profile companies and websites to learn?

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