LulzSec is back and this time they have gone after Rupert Murdoch's embattled News Corp., hacking the website of to its British tabloid, the Sun.
Rupert Murdoch's Sun Hacked by Lulz Security
The group, along with the self-proclaimed "hacktivists" Anonymous, first defaced the Sun's website, placing a fake story about the death of Murdoch and other made-up reports, on top of the website's actual content.
"WE HAVE JOY WE HAVE FUN, WE HAVE MESSED UP MURDOCH'S SUN," LulzSec tweeted.
Members of the two groups then began tweeting the login information of former employees of News Corp., including that of Rebekah Brooks, who recently resigned her post as chief executive of News International, the British division of News. Corp. Others whose information was tweeted included Pete Picton, a former editor at News Corp. publications, and Bill Akass, a former editor at the now defunct News of the World, also owned by News Corp.
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