The hacker group LulzSec is promising more activity, despite the arrests of six active members earlier this month. In a message posted to YouTube, the group said it would start to take hacking action against governments, corporations and agencies beginning April 1.
The group previously claimed responsibility for a strike of attacks lasting 50 days last spring, “The video doesn’t specify who will be attacked other than that they will be from categories of organizations that it has attacked before: Web sites of governments, corporations and agencies,” CIO.com reports.
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