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Interview with Key Lulzsec Hacker


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LulzSec attack on PBS

A screen grab of the PBS Web site, showing how it looked following LulzSec's hack-attack.

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It was early May when LulzSec's profile skyrocketed after a hack on the giant Sony corporation. LulzSec's name comes from Lulz, a corruption of LOL, often denoting laughter at the victim of a prank. For 50 days until it disbanded, the group's unique blend of humour, taunting, and unapologetic data theft made it notorious.

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