Two U.K. hackers pleaded guilty today to attacking websites of some big entertainment companies and government agencies in Britain and the United States.
Two hackers from the U.K. pleaded responsible for the attack of government agencies and several entertainment companies in the U.S. and Great Britain, today.
Jake Davis, 19, and Ryan Cleary, 20, both members of a well-known hacking group LulzSec pleaded guilty in a court in London for creating the DDoS or Distributed Denial of Service. The hackers attacked big targets such as Sony, Nintendo, PBS, 2th Century Fox, U.K.’s Serious Organized . . . → Read More: Two Hackers Pleaded Guilty of Attacking CIA and Other Sites
The LulzSec hacker group is here, carrying down the website of the Sun newspaper, owned by News International.
Readers were at first redirected to a story claiming that owner Rupert Murdoch had been found dead in his garden, having ‘ingested a large quantity of palladium before stumbling into his famous topiary garden late last night.’
The article, a reference to the LulzSec logo, said, “Officers on the scene report a broken glass, a box of vintage wine, and what seems to be a family album strewn across the floor, containing images from days gone . . . → Read More: LulzSec Releases Prank News About Rupert Murdoch’s Death