HACKER and proud of it. To our small community of “good hackers”, it is a label that conveys respect.
Whether you think LulzSec is doing us a favor for exposing our security weaknesses or think the hacker group has gone too far, a very old lesson can be learned here: we need to create stronger passwords.
The LulzSec said in its web site that after hacking hacked Sony Corp., the U.S. Senate, an FBI affiliate, the Public Broadcasting System, gaming sites, and online porn sites, the hack attacks will continue until “we’re brought to justice, which we might well be.”
A group of hackers who breached the Senate computer system earlier this week claimed responsibility for problems with the CIA’s website Wednesday.
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As companies like Sony and Citibank identify the causes of recent security breaches and try to remedy network weaknesses, area businesses are well aware of potential threats.
You have exactly three passwords, don’t you? The first is one you use for all the logins that you don’t think house anything worth stealing. You use it when you are signing up for a Web site that you might not visit ever again.
Sony seems to have become the hackers’ favorite target with reports flooding the Internet that Sony Ericsson website in Canada has been hacked and its websites in Thailand and Greece are under seize.
Some users of the Sony PlayStation network may have had their passwords changed and personal information exposed through unauthorized access, the gaming platform provider has disclosed.