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From hacker to hackee.
The anonymous LulzSec group has made waves hacking everyone from media companies to the government. But a second hacker squad plans to take its followers out, one by one -- and give LulzSec a taste of its own medicine.
Looks like some real hackers are going after these script kiddies.
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Between the police and the real hackers, these kids are toast.
"We're a group that consists of political hackers," Hex told FoxNews.com. "A lot of people consider us being a religious type thing -- in reality it's not. When international governments are doing wrong and trying to hide from it, we're there." Whether they are good guys depends on where you sit, of course. Hex claimed responsibility for hacking a number of government websites, the same crime Cleary is accused of. The group is also clearly connected with the Mujahideen Hacking Unit and the Pakistan Cyber Army -- groups known to be anti-U.S., anti-Israel and anti-India.