Blog Posts Tagged with "Lulzsec"
June 28, 2011 Added by:Ron Baklarz
In the wake of the recent LulzSec 50 day hacking spree that left many high profile companies and organizations scrambling, DHS released "detailed guidance" on the top 25 vulnerabilities. The "Common Weakness Enumeration" list was developed in collaboration among DHS, Mitre, and SANS...
June 28, 2011 Added by:Headlines
By concentrating on instruction and inspiration, the leadership of these now infamous hacker networks can effectively remove themselves as primary targets for law enforcement and anti-AntiSec hackers, and instead encourage their less-savvy teen minions to commit attacks and take the heat...
June 28, 2011 Added by:Andrew Herlands
In the end, no single technology will prevent all attacks from succeeding. Security best practices dictate implementing layers of security defenses, policies, and employee training to ensure that when one defense fails the hacker must contend with many other defense layers...
June 27, 2011 Added by:Scot Terban
The recent arrest of suspected LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary, and before him the infamous Gary McKinnon, reveals a legal trend developing for a kind of hacker “insanity defense” with a declaration that Ryan is a high functioning autistic and that he may have not been able to stop himself...
June 27, 2011 Added by:Kevin McAleavey
Even after the lulz have officially ended, the adventure continues for the hapless crew of the LulzBoat. After piping off the ship and dropping their cargo on "The Pirate Bay" it turns out that the RAR file offered as a torrent download is infected with a backdoor of the "RBOT" class of malware...
June 26, 2011 Added by:Kevin McAleavey
The media has been reporting that Lulzsec has folded, but they've merely gone underground and are regrouping. @Lulzboat on twitter has now become @lulzb0at and combined with AnonOps and AntiSec, releasing the following announcement on their IRC subchannels...
June 26, 2011 Added by:Scot Terban
I expect LulzSec's real legacy will be the creation of more draconian laws by the government as a backlash to their antics. Laws that will make all our lives a bit less private and a lot more prone to being misused. I also expect that the lulz will continue, though at their expense...
June 25, 2011 Added by:Keith Mendoza
So it appears that LulzSec and Anonymous have gained themselves a few more enemies than just law enforcement. It's starting to look like Ocean's 11 going after the shoplifters. But what does this mean to infosec in general? It means that everyone better shape up or ship out...
June 24, 2011 Added by:Headlines
An anonymous Pastebin posting from June 21 states that hackers claiming to be part of the LulzSec collective successfully breached Apple's iCloud networks several weeks ago. The posting claims that the intruders mapped the network and "grabbed all their source code and database passwords..."
June 23, 2011 Added by:Kevin McAleavey
There is no excuse for your facility to provide the next round of "lulz." Examining your ability to withstand DDoS attacks and checking your SQL backend against exploits, you stand a chance of withstanding the onslaught of raging children should they turn their "cannons" your way...
June 23, 2011 Added by:Scot Terban
LulzSec seems to have misunderstood that secrecy is really really important when you are doing something like a digital insurgency. Sure, you can try to rely on all the technologies like proxies to hide your IP, but, you also have the human element to contend with...
June 21, 2011 Added by:Headlines
“We can have networks that can cause... existential damage without a nation-state involved. With the confluence of globalization and technology, these groups now have the ability to cause the kind of damage that used to involve national effort. We got a taste of this on 9/11..."
June 21, 2011 Added by:Headlines
A message posted on Pastebin last Friday purported to be from the hacker collective Lulzsec vowed that the group would continue the network intrusions "until we're brought to justice". For 19-year-old U.K. resident Ryan Cleary, that day may have come much sooner than anticipated...
June 20, 2011 Added by:Scot Terban
In the case of LulzSec and Anonymous, they are using many types of systems to protect their anonymity. With the right tools and obfuscation techniques, they feel impervious to attacks, be it from law enforcement or the likes of The Jester. Tactically, they have the advantage in many ways...
June 20, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"We've been entertaining you 1000 times with 140 characters or less, and we'll continue creating things that are exciting and new until we're brought to justice, which we might well be. But you know, we just don't give a living frak at this point..."
June 20, 2011 Added by:Gurudatt Shenoy
The past few months have seen a shock and awe campaign being launched by a series of hacker organizations such as Anonymous hackers and LulzSec. The most serious of recent events is the breach of RSA's SecureID. Whew. If the guardians of security cannot protect their own, who else can?
Looking Beyond "Black Box Testing"... Paul Reed on 12-03-2013
Projectile Dysfunction... ryan mccarthy on 12-01-2013
Mobile Security: Tips for Using Personal Dev... Shah Alam on 11-30-2013