Wednesday, June 15, 2011

LulzSec Hacks CIA's Public Site

 Group's attack continue to grow more flagrant, as do its detractors.

At around 6 p.m. Wednesday night after a busy day of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks some "31337" 2005-era "/b/tards" posted a microblog to Twitter. But these weren't just any "/b/tards"; these were the most infamous hackers of the year -- LulzSec.

And they didn't just post any old message. They typed:

Tango down - - for the lulz.
Indeed the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's homepage was unreachable.


  1. hahahahahahah dang thats kinda scary but funny at the same time!

  2. This is getting troublesome more than funny.

  3. Today they announced the last attack, but a rival group announced they would reveal THEIR info. Shits getting crazy out their in the internet.

  4. They get more and more ambitious about their hacking. Next thing they'll be hacking the Pentagon.