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It Pays to be 'ANONYMOUS'
by staff report via styx - News Ltd Tuesday, Mar 6 2012, 10:45am
international / mass media / other press

Plagued by internal bickering LulzSec 'leaders' go down.

American hacker, Hector Xavier Monsegur, reputedly of LulzSec, whose NAME/identity has been plastered in every rag and digital journal around the globe -- goes down with other members of his group after FBI pressured him for the identities of other members -- offers of a lighter sentence were also used as inducements! Let it be a lesson to all the crewz; n-e-v-e-r reveal real identities to anyone; ANONYMITY is not just a label it is an IMPERATIVE, unless of course you wish to end up like Assange or the hapless LulzSec few.

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It seems lamer FBI agents have learned nothing (to be expected) as they imagine they have dealt a "devastating" blow to the "organization;" imbecile FBI agents also imagine that hackers are somehow structured hierarchically, ".. chopping off the head .." of the group - lol!

Firstly, hackers do not have "organizations" or permanent 'leaders.' Theirs is a skill-based operation that shifts according to specializations and required skills; no single hacker is skilled in all areas of hacking so a loose, amorphous, cooperative is the usual form that task specific groups adopt, temporarily! Doh!

It seems that government agencies have been so thoroughly compromised by hackers recently they are desperate/quick to make asses of themselves by making false and erroneous claims. All well and good from the perspective of the digital underground but REALITY dictates that hacker forces are best likened to constantly expanding concentric circles with no centers, all expanding circumferences, in other words, they fill voids automatically, see?

That radical, revolutionary 'model,' for want of a better term, is also impossible to destroy or defeat in the traditional sense, you brainless government morons! As proof you haven't even ruffled the underground, EXPECT more compromises until you learn not to serve ruling criminal elites but to arrest them -- how many Wall St bankers have you interviewed or arrested for fraud lately, you lackey, FBI cocksuckers? Blow it out your arses!

We are MANY -- we are ONE -- We Are UNSTOPPABLE!

Media report follows:
POLICE on two continents swooped on top members of computer hacking group LulzSec early today, and acting largely on evidence gathered by the organisation's leader - who sources say has been secretly working for the government for months - arrested three and charged two more with conspiracy.

Charges against four of the five were based on a conspiracy case filed in New York federal court.

An indictment charging the suspects, who include two men from Great Britain, two from Ireland and an American from Chicago, is expected to be unsealed today in the Southern District of New York.

"This is devastating to the organisation," an FBI official involved with the investigation said. "We're chopping off the head of LulzSec."

The offshoot of the loose network of hackers, Anonymous, believed to have caused billions of dollars in damage to governments and corporations, was allegedly led by a shadowy figure FoxNews.com has identified as Hector Xavier Monsegur, 28.

Working under the alias "Sabu", the unemployed father of two allegedly commanded a loosely-organised, international team of thousands of hackers from his nerve centre in a public housing project on New York's Lower East Side.

After the FBI unmasked Monsegur last June, he became a cooperating witness, sources said.

Monsegur pleaded guilty on August 15 to 12 hacking-related charges and information documenting his admissions is expected to be unsealed in court today.

As a result of Monsegur's cooperation, which was confirmed by numerous senior officials, the remaining top-ranking members of LulzSec were arrested or hit with additional charges today.

The five charged in the LulzSec conspiracy indictment were identified by sources as: Ryan Ackroyd, aka "Kayla" and Jake Davis, aka "Topiary," both of London; Darren Martyn, aka "pwnsauce" and Donncha O'Cearrbhail, aka "palladium," both of Ireland; and Jeremy Hammond aka "Anarchaos," of Chicago.

Hammond was arrested on access device fraud and hacking charges and is believed to have been the main person behind the devastating December hack on US security company Stratfor.

Sources added that Hammond will be charged in a separate indictment, and they described him as a member of Anonymous.

The others are all suspected members of LulzSec, the group that has wreaked havoc on US and foreign government agencies, including the CIA and FBI, numerous defense contractors, financial entities and corporations including FOX and Sony.

A spokeswoman for the Southern District and US Attorney Preet Bharara declined comment.

Monsegur's attorney did not return requests for comment.

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[It should also be stated that inept, corrupt government agencies/institutions have NEVER come close to the hacker elite, known as 'uber hackers' -- they are the elite of the elites and have no identities or locations from which to begin a search, MORONS! However, they are known by their exploits; a trail of compromising hacks that will inevitably bring down the corrupt ruling criminal banker and corporate cabals -- are you reading this you ossified, Luddites? We know you have been monitoring (and suppressing) this site since its inception but we succeeded in capturing your attention and leading you by the nose, which was the intended purpose, you dumb fucks! Now see if u can work out what day it is!]

We'll give you a hint:

We have transformed a CONCEPT (article 516 and others ) into SOCIAL REALITY -- suck on that while you count how many times you have been compromised and shown to be thoroughly inept and INCOMPETENT and then realize that is only one of many NEW directions an elite group of visionaries, hackers and other specialists have 'mapped;' we created the social space and own it and YOU -- we have your measure and know where YOU live -- WHO are We??? We are no-one, EVERYONE! Catch us if you can -- it's been six years since we mailed the NSA directly and informed YOU all what we had planned, MORONS! Damn shame that criminal temperaments such as yours are not equipped with radical CREATIVITY, unusual skill and real talent, nature made it that way! All you have is money, which for us grows on digital trees to be plucked whenever it's required.

In conclusion KNOW you are going down, as sure as the setting sun, be advised of that inevitable REALITY, you evil bastards!

ferrite -- "the first, but not the last."

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by Emil Protalinski via propo - ZDnet Wednesday, Mar 7 2012, 4:31am

Anonymous has retaliated against the arrests of five LulzSec members. The hacktivist group has defaced multiple Panda Security domains as well as stolen the e-mail credentials of 114 employees.

The hacktivist group Anonymous has attacked security firm Panda Security shortly after authorities today arrested five men part of Lulz Security (LulzSec), another hacktivist group loosely associated with the former. 28-year-old Hector Xavier Monsegur (Sabu), the leader of LulzSec, allegedly informed U.S. law enforcement of his fellow comrades’ names: Ryan Ackroyd (Kayla), Jake Davis (Topiary), Darren Martyn (pwnsauce), Donncha O’Cearrbhail (palladium), and Jeremy Hammond (Anarchaos).

Now, Anonymous has stolen the account credentials (e-mail address and passwords) of 114 employees working at Panda Security, and posted them online for everyone to see. Internal server details were also revealed. Lastly, they defaced more than two dozen subdomains within “pandasecurity.com” and other several domains owned by the security firm by modifying them to show a video recounting some of LulzSec’s hacking highlights from last year.

You can read everything Anonymous wrote for yourself over on Pastebin.



 
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