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#1 Posted by Jadeskye (4359 posts) -

http://pastebin.com/iVujX4TR

Seems another hacking group called the A-team decided to show lulzsec how to actually play the game, by posting all their information, home addresses, real names, known aliases and a variety of other information (sexual orientation in some cases!) on a public blog and forward it to intelligence agencies.

Surprisingly about 75% of the members are British!

I expect a lot of arrests pretty soon. Supposedly the american feds are hot on this one.

#2 Posted by ajamafalous (11591 posts) -

HACKERS HACKING HACKERS

#3 Posted by MrKlorox (11186 posts) -

Duder! Link's probably gonna be removed since it has personal info in it, but that's awesome.

#4 Posted by benjaebe (2783 posts) -

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

#5 Posted by Jadeskye (4359 posts) -

@benjaebe said:

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

thats the theory.

#6 Posted by Dalai (6879 posts) -

Nothing worse than nerd-on-nerd crime.

#7 Posted by OllyOxenFree (4969 posts) -

Oh sweet sweet justice.

#8 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (4852 posts) -

I hope its true.

#9 Posted by Hailinel (22712 posts) -

@benjaebe said:

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

They threw in the towel?! Is there a link to this momentous occasion?

#10 Posted by N7 (3570 posts) -

I fucking love The A-Team. I support and condone these actions.

#11 Posted by l4wd0g (1818 posts) -

MI5 and SIS are going to have some fun.

#12 Posted by jorbear (2517 posts) -

If this is true, then I will /dance all over the place.

#13 Posted by thehexeditor (1404 posts) -
#14 Edited by MrKlorox (11186 posts) -

From the link:

To understand who/what lulzsec/gn0sis are/is you need to understand where they came from. Everything
originates from the *chan (4chan/711chan/etc.) culture. This internet subculture is pretty much the
dregs of the internet. It's a culture built around the anonymity of the internet. If your anonymous
no one can find you. No one can hurt you, so your invincable. The problem with this idealogy, is it's
on the internet. The internet by definition is not anonymous. Computers have to have attribution.
If you trace something back far enough you can find its origins. So let's give a brief event timeline
on how these groups got together:
1. Anonymous rises up from 4chan against CoS.
2. Anonymous starts DDoSing stuff.
3. Various lower level hacking groups get involved.
4. Anonymous stagnates for a while.
5. Uprisings in the world Attract Anonymous.
6. ProjectPM Looser Barrett Brown becomes mouth piece of Anon.
7. Anonymous shifts focus toward "Worldy" Affairs.
8. Aaron Barr desides he's tired of his job and targets Anon.
9. gn0sis (Uncommon) comes out of no where and releases the Gawker data.
10. gn0sis teams up with anon hackers with all the OP<INSERT SOMETHING HERE> crap.
11. gn0sis (nigg, eekdacat, uncommon, kayla, lauralie) and sabu (from OP Anon shit) hack HBGary.
12. This is where Topiary comes in. They all form lulzsec to be "hacktivists".
13. Lulzsec (now a mix of gn0sis and opanon people) hack SONY and other stuff.

The problem with Lulzsec/gn0sis's "Hacktivist" mantra is that they lack the skills to keep it going.
As such after SONY they couldn't get into anything. So they switched their focus to just releasing
random crap that didn't mean anything. Then they started running out of things they could hack. So
they put out requests for people to join them. That got them a few hits, and now they've switched
their gears again to be "ANTI-SEC". Whether or not this was an attempt at bring other groups out of
the shadows (el8, h0no, zf0, etc), you can only speculate. But as of this writing: 6/24/2011 Sabu
and Topiary are the only two people updating the twitter and releasing shit. Kayla is MIA. The
gn0sis kids are gone in hiding somewhere.
From what we've seen these lulzsec/gn0sis kids aren't really that good at hacking. They troll the internet
and search for sqlinjection vulnerabilities as well as Remote File Include/Local File Include bugs. Once
found they try to download databases or pull down usernames and passwords. Their releases have nothing
to do with their goals or their lulz. It's purely based on whatever they find with their "google hacking"
queries and then release it.
What's funny to us is that these kids are all "Anti-Sec" yet by releasing their hacks they are forcing these
companies to have to hire security professionals which keeps the Security Industry that they are trying to
expose and shut down, in business. I guess they will realise that later in life when they get out of skid
school.
So we've been tracking and infiltrating these kids since the gawker hack. We have the D0x (as they call it)
on everyone except Sabu and Kayla. First we'll go with the kid who did the gawker hack: Uncommon.
#15 Posted by Jeffsekai (7017 posts) -

@jadeskye said:

@benjaebe said:

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

thats the theory.

Also apparently their last release on the pirate bay had a trojan in it.

#16 Posted by Mikazukinoyaiba (105 posts) -
@jadeskye said:

@benjaebe said:

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

thats the theory.

More like "That's the obvious". 
#17 Posted by TeflonBilly (4722 posts) -

Ironic how I uploaded this pic only hours ago

#18 Posted by The_Laughing_Man (13629 posts) -
@Jeffsekai said:

@jadeskye said:

@benjaebe said:

Yeah, that's probably why they threw in the towel yesterday.

thats the theory.

Also apparently their last release on the pirate bay had a trojan in it.

So they bitched out? Wonder how long before they are round up and tossed into man rape jail. 
#19 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (4852 posts) -
@TeflonBilly said:

Ironic how I uploaded this pic only hours ago

Here is my retort
 
#20 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8060 posts) -

Cool.

#21 Edited by Mikazukinoyaiba (105 posts) -
#22 Posted by warxsnake (2626 posts) -

FUCK YES

#23 Posted by FCKSNAP (2299 posts) -

@Dalai said:

Nothing worse than nerd-on-nerd crime.

The worst crime hitting our community.

#24 Posted by Commando (1877 posts) -

Holy shit if that is real, they just posted the group's family information on there. Awesome. Damn brits...

#25 Posted by UnrealDP (1217 posts) -

Oh man, Lulsec just got PSN'd!

#26 Posted by Voshterkoff (125 posts) -

I love it when a plan comes together.

#27 Posted by GreggD (4444 posts) -

Fucking A!...Team.

#28 Posted by Hailinel (22712 posts) -

@Commando said:

Holy shit if that is real, they just posted the group's family information on there. Awesome. Damn brits...

I'm going to go down to the harbor and throw some teabags out to sea in celebration.

#29 Posted by N7 (3570 posts) -

@UnrealDP: Someone should register the URL "Islulzsecstillinjail.com" and when you go there it says "YES!!". Especially since some of them already went to jail.

#30 Posted by ZOnikJJ (258 posts) -

Interesting.

#31 Posted by FireBurger (1479 posts) -

Good, see how those little fucks like it. Some real-world consequences for their little bitch asses.

#32 Posted by Sparky_Buzzsaw (5797 posts) -

@Dalai said:

Nothing worse than nerd-on-nerd crime.

Nothing HOTTER than nerd on nerd crime, am I right? Wait. No. Cheerleaders, shower scenes... goddamn it. I hate shooting my own jokes full of holes.

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#33 Posted by TheFreeMan (2712 posts) -
@Voshterkoff said:
I love it when a plan comes together.
#34 Posted by Starfishhunter9 (367 posts) -

YES! THE MADNESS ENDS

#35 Posted by Lemoncookie01 (1667 posts) -

Internet hacker gangs going wild.

#36 Edited by BlastProcessing (901 posts) -
@jadeskye said:

Seems another hacking group called the A-team decided to show lulzsec how to actually play the game, by posting all their information, home addresses, real names, known aliases and a variety of other information (sexual orientation in some cases!) on a public blog and forward it to intelligence agencies.

 Well give the men a hand!
#37 Posted by pakx (923 posts) -

that rules.

#38 Posted by Halberdierv2 (1854 posts) -

I wonder how many years these guys are gonna get...

#39 Posted by UnrealDP (1217 posts) -

@N7:

Ok ill go do that and every year or two i'll search "is lulsec still in jail?" and update the site accordingly!

#40 Posted by Afroman269 (7388 posts) -

@ajamafalous said:

HACKERS HACKING HACKERS

#41 Posted by N7 (3570 posts) -

@UnrealDP said:

@N7:

Ok ill go do that and every year or two i'll search "is lulsec still in jail?" and update the site accordingly!

You're a real American Hero, UnrealDP. A true patriot.

#42 Posted by Turambar (6484 posts) -

A-Team?  Seriously?  That is amaaaaaazing.

#43 Posted by Aus_azn (2224 posts) -

Serves 'em right.

#44 Posted by Jams (2956 posts) -

It's really scary how they can just get all that information though, isn't it?

#45 Posted by Redbullet685 (5980 posts) -

Thanks Mr. T!

#46 Posted by DonChipotle (2656 posts) -

@jams said:

It's really scary how they can just get all that information though, isn't it?

If LulzSec was half as good as they said they were, the information would not have been found anyway.

#47 Posted by Jams (2956 posts) -

@VelvetLore04 said:

@jams said:

It's really scary how they can just get all that information though, isn't it?

If LulzSec was half as good as they said they were, the information would not have been found anyway.

Not lulsec, the A-team or just any serious real deal hacker. You know they're smart enough and dangerous enough to not make a peep about what they do ever. Then again the government does the same thing. ha!

#48 Posted by Red12b (9044 posts) -
@ajamafalous said:

HACKERS HACKING HACKERS

BWHAAAAAAAA!

#49 Posted by Buscemi (1106 posts) -

Cool beans.

#50 Posted by Darkstar614 (1097 posts) -

This is hilarious.