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A report from Reuters is indicating that hacker group Lulz Security (LulzSec) broke into a public portion of the Senate website over a weekend and claimed responsibility for that attack in a Tweet Monday. Now, for the second time in a week, the group has broken into a public senate site and downloaded information.
“They’re getting nothing but the attacks continue,” Senate sergeant at arms Martina Bradford told Reuters, “We’ve been able to stay ahead of the hackers and keep them out of the main Senate network.”
In addition to the Senate website the LulzSec group, which has yet to claim this latest hack, has also performed attacks on the International Monetary Fund and Lockheed Martin, Citigroup, Google and Michaels stores.
At this time, CIA.gov, the official site of the Central Intelligence Agency, is also unresponsive to browsing. LulzSec has seemed to claim responsibility for the CIA site going down with this Tweet, posted Wednesday evening PST, stating “Tango down - CIA.gov – for the lulz.”.
Originally posted by Scoriada
Not down now
Originally posted by foreshadower99
Fake threat CIA will never go down unless
the president orders to do so, even then
they will just assassinate the presdient
like some of the previous ones.
post the screenshot. I am still able to open it without any problem.
Originally posted by Hessdalen
down!!! took screenshot, this is an historical moment...
START THE REVOLUTION, NOW!!!!!!