LulzSec Shuts Down, Ends Hacking Campaign

LulzSec, the group of hackers who entered the CIA, the U.S. Senate, Nintendo, Sony and others, surprisingly announced that its dissolution.

LulzSec, short Lulz Security states that intend to operate only during 50 days in an attempt to revive the AntiSec movement, which opposes the security industry.

"Over the past 50 days have been disrupted and the exposure of corporations, governments often do the general population, and quite possibly everything else, just because I could," said the group of hackers on your ad. "All to entertain others selflessly - vanity, fame, recognition, all these things are the shadows of our desire that we all love."

The statement goes on to explain that the organization is not linked to your identity LulzSec and succeeded in bringing back the movement AntiSec. The group, in fact, encourages others to champion their cause. "We hope, desire, ask, even the movement is manifested in a revolution that can continue without us ... Together, together, we can set foot on our common oppressors and imbued with the power and freedom that we deserve."

As final parting gift, the group released a data dump of information allegedly taken recently with AT & T, AOL, Disney, Universal, EMI and the FBI.

The group has had its way with corporations and governments over the past two months. It took the CIA website, hacked servers, Sony, released confidential documents of the Government of the State of Arizona and attacked the website of the U.S. Senate. While an alleged member of LulzSec was arrested recently, the group said it was not their leader.

The end of LulzSec not mean the end of attacks by hackers, of course. Longstanding Anonymous hacker group is out there, and bet other groups are formed following the dissolution of the group. And with 277,000 + fans and a captive audience that will LulzSec bet one way or another. Also doubts dissolved authorities will stop their search for the masterminds.