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lulz

(lʌlz) or

lolz

pl n
laughs at someone else’s or one’s own expense
[C21: a plural of LOL ‘laugh(ing) out loud’, an abbreviation commonly used in internet and text-message English]
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The hacker group Lulz Security, who claimed responsibility for the Sony attack, have apparently denied the Sega intrusion.
LulzSec, a group of hackers who declared a "50 Days of Lulz" war on various entities, is shrouded in secrecy, not unlike online activists/hackers Anonymous.
Canberra, June 18 (ANI): Hacker group Lulz Security, has now published Australian students' email logins as well as Facebook and PayPal accounts details on twitter.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): Hacker group Lulz Security has claimed that it brought down the public-facing website of the US Central Intelligence Agency.
Lulz Security under operation anti-sec said that it is protesting against SB 1070, a tough immigration law passed by state legislators.
The confirmation came after Lulz Security, a loosely aligned group of hackers, admitted to have carried out the attack just for fun, and posted files online.
Despite being still driven by Lulz and therefore also providing them, the mission has become larger than us," Anonymous wrote.
Nintendo had already fixed it anyway," Lulz Security said in a Twitter post.
WikiLeaks tweeted on Tuesday that "hacktivists" had taken down MasterCard "over the continuing WikiLeaks fiscal embargo." Ibom Hacktivist wrote, "thats what you get when you mess with @wikileaks @Anon_Central and the enter [sic] community of lulz loving individuals."
Copies of the passwords, which appeared to include users from the US military, cyber security organizations and major communications companies were posted online by the anonymous hacking collective, Lulz Security.
Lulz Security, however, encouraged people to continue Operation Anti-Security, a movement it resurrected with hacking group Anonymous.
Tokyo, June 3(ANI): The hacker group, Lulz Security, has admitted to breaking into the Sony network and stealing over one million passwords, email addresses and other information.