It was the best of cybercrimes; it was also the worst. The Lulz Security group (LulzSec) quickly became one of the most dramatic cyber-crime waves that we have seen to date. This small group of blackhats captured the media’s attention with their hacking rampage that lasted for nearly two months.

For now, the LulzSec group claims to be off the air. In its wake, the authorities are working diligently to track down the individuals behind the attacks on international corporations such as Sony, the U.S. government (the CIA and the Senate), and a smattering of other websites.

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