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LulzSec starts hotline to plan attacks

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Jun 2011 0:08 User comments (9)

LulzSec starts hotline to plan attacks The hacking group LulzSec has started a telephone hotline where users can call in to suggest new targets.
LulzSec recently hit Sony multiple times, and also attacked websites for the U.S. Senate, News Corp. and the CIA.

When you call in, however, you are greeted by a voicemail that says:

We are not available right now as we are busy raping your Internet. Leave a message and we will get back to you whenever we feel like.


The number is 614-LULZSEC.

You can see all of the group's work here: LulzSec releases

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9 user comments

116.6.2011 0:20

They should try psn to see how much the security improved.



216.6.2011 1:23

So you have to pay to suggest targets? Hack yourself please

316.6.2011 7:35

Originally posted by xaznboitx:
So you have to pay to suggest targets? Hack yourself please
Ummm where does it say have you to pay to suggest targets?


416.6.2011 10:19

Unless you live in the 614, you have to pay for the call. I'm sure there's already a trap on the line, even if it's not real. Honestly, who would put the actual number to contact these people?

516.6.2011 12:00

This is the U.S. governments doings. Supposedly LulzSec hacked cia.gov but now they have a phone number in the U.S. and we are to believe that the group LulzSec is smart enough to hack all sorts of secured web sites but dumb enough to start a "no security" phone line that can be traced back to the person who paid for the serves?????

616.6.2011 13:49

Originally posted by themind:
This is the U.S. governments doings. Supposedly LulzSec hacked cia.gov but now they have a phone number in the U.S. and we are to believe that the group LulzSec is smart enough to hack all sorts of secured web sites but dumb enough to start a "no security" phone line that can be traced back to the person who paid for the serves?????
sounds like a trap.then again if its an answering service it might be running through a computer and not a physical phoneline.

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716.6.2011 14:00

Originally posted by themind:
This is the U.S. governments doings. Supposedly LulzSec hacked cia.gov but now they have a phone number in the U.S. and we are to believe that the group LulzSec is smart enough to hack all sorts of secured web sites but dumb enough to start a "no security" phone line that can be traced back to the person who paid for the serves?????
For example, a LulzSec member in NYC has personal data of someone in California. Buys service with stolen credit card, has everything re-routed if need be, and voila.

816.6.2011 15:50

"Absolute power corrupts absolutely"... even though I butchered that statement from its original format, it's still true. BallSack can't be 'that' big in numbered members. If it were, it would be too unruly and thus like anything else, it would just cave in on itself. Not to mention probably take forever in each of its attacks.

Now that it has its own phone number it's going to further prove this fact. It's getting to big for its own ass (i.e., ego) and thus it will cave in on itself soon enough.

Its all happening too quick. The Sony Errickson breaches weren't that long ago, then shortly followed by Google (I believe), now the CIA, which is funny because I know for a fact "that just doesn't 'happen'"... Now we have a 'call in for delivery' like it's pizza.

No, somebody's gonna get dat ass busted... and it will be legendary if the NSA or CIA doesn't just happen to allow a third world nation carte blanche access to BallSack & let them execute them while they squall like infants at their keyboards for not giving them access to the infidel's mainframe servers like they said they could.

Poor little BallSack, sitting there wondering why all of the sudden their magical skills of B&E of government servers seems to be failing them like sugar pills in place of Viagra.

It's going to get ugly folks.


916.6.2011 23:51

Netflix. Just Netflix.

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