Lulz Security is calling it quits after a 50 day HackStock which saw the enigmatic group target a number of corporate and government websites, including Sony, PBS, Fox, Bethesda and the FBI.
Lulz Security has published sensitive data hacked and extracted from Arizona law enforcement networks.
The FBI seized a number of web servers during a recent data center raid in Reston, Virginia - a facility used by the Swiss-based hosting company Digital One.
Lulz Security has outed two alleged snitches after UK police arrested Ryan Cleary, a 19-year-old (loosely) linked to the enigmatic hacker group.
Lulz Security has denied that a senior member of the hacking group was arrested by UK law enforcement officials.
Sega's Pass service - which was pwned on Thursday by hackers - remains offline as of Friday afternoon.
Lulz Security has issued an official communiqué explaining its hacking operations against various entities, including Sony, Bethesda, Eve Online, PBS, the FBI and CIA.
The online gaming world is reeling following a Tuesday filled with non-stop DDoS attacks against a number of industry heavyweights.
The seemingly unstoppable Lulz Boat has apparently sailed past the digital security perimeters of both the US Senate and Bethesda Softworks. The good news? Lulz is really, really looking forward to Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.
Lulz Security has struck again, pwning Pron.com and making off with the email addresses, logins and passwords of over 25,000 users.
On June 2, Lulz Security claimed credit for an extensive digital raid against Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE).
It is estimated 1 in 4 hackers in the US are informants for the FBI and Secret service. Is it crazy to now wonder if Lulz Security and Anonymous are really who they say they are?
The hacker group known as Lulz Security has reportedly pwned an FBI-affiliated website in retaliation for a recent U.S. DoD strategic report classifying cyber sabotage as an act of war.