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Sega hackers "going down" -- LulzSec

TVGB: "LulzSec, the hacking group who's claimed responsibility for numerous breaches recently, is not responsible for the Sega breach that came to light earlier today. So they claim on their official Twitter feed, even offering Sega their assistance."

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WooHooAlex2657d ago

Good, turn them against each other.

dantesparda2657d ago Show
bwazy2656d ago

How fricking redundant is this? They hack like what? 10+ (random number) of companies within the last month and then they "seek revenge" upon a group of individuals whom imitate them?

Lulzsec can go bend over in an AIDS infested prison compound and get their *** ****** by some dirty ****** ******* *****s.

GOD, I'm getting so sick of these absolute retarded articles promoting everything they do, good or bad. Completely ignore them and they will **** off. They're just as bad as the attention whore'd females with 10 lbs of makeup and overly stuffed bras you find on youtube who get 1000000000+ views for featuring sexually suggestive images and titles.

thespaz2657d ago (Edited 2657d ago )

Why do they take joy in stealing other people's data and then releasing it to the public?

Bodster2657d ago

Aswell as releasing the data to the public, they can also sell it on so i'm guessing that's why?

Ducky2657d ago (Edited 2657d ago )

The same reason people take joy in buying tabloids to read about the misery of the rich and famous.

mastiffchild2657d ago

So, because they shitheads who hate their own lives? That's the only people I know who are even interested in celebrities or the "rich and famous"? Anyway Lulzsec are worse because they hurt the everyday gamer and for that can eternally eff off in my book-even worse than giving a crap about which Hollywood no brain has killed themselves this week.

So can those who hacked Sega,mind, but none of them have anything LIKE a proper code of conduct or cohesive values.

Coffin872656d ago

WOW, amazing answer. bubbles.

DaTruth2657d ago (Edited 2657d ago )

I'm not so unhappy about this anymore! I actually hope the whole idea of giving all your information to a company just to sign up on their stupid website goes away because of this! Except if it's necessary for online purchases and only how much is needed for online purchases.

Why do they even need my name, much less my address, email and phone number???

tigertron2657d ago

I just got an e-mail from Sega telling me about the breach on their website. It sucks how these hackers, whether they be Announymous, LulzSec or whoever, think that they can hack whatever they can and get away with it. They're all douchebags and deserve to be imprisoned for a very long time.

telekineticmantis2657d ago

by what you help create. What a turn of events

gamingdroid2657d ago

You do know hacking go far back, most likely before you knew how to use a computer....

telekineticmantis2657d ago

I'm talking about the trend of console hacking and game company hacking.

gamingdroid2657d ago

Are you saying console hacking didn't occur before?

Because a high profile hack has occurred, doesn't mean it didn't occur as much prior. It simply got more attention now.

MidnytRain2657d ago

"Trend" he said. It's like a fad right now.

MRHARDON2657d ago

This is like the pot calling the kettle black....

LulzSec does the same thing, they release details of users they got from websites and now they don't want other people doing it?

Wow...

no_more_heroes2656d ago

They want all the "glory" for themselves.

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