LulzSec Hacker Group Calls It Quits After 50 Days Of Stint

LulzSec, after their 50 days of hacking companies and organizations has finally announced that they are done.The group was behind the attacks on Sony, attacks on PBS, the US Senate, the CIA, and a slew of gaming sites popular with 4Chan users including EVE Online, Minecraft and League of Legends. LulzSec was thought to have […]

LulzSec, after their 50 days of hacking companies and organizations has finally announced that they are done.

The group was behind the attacks on Sony, attacks on PBS, the US Senate, the CIA, and a slew of gaming sites popular with 4Chan users including EVE Online, Minecraft and League of Legends. LulzSec was thought to have been the source of hacks against Scotland Yards and the UK Census, but the group denied involvement.

LulzSec group's most recent released was a torrent of data from Arizona law enforcement which included hundreds of classified documents including personal emails, names and phone numbers.

Check out the message from LulzSec below: