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Submission + - Lulzsec has released over 150,000 Names ,Emails (thenextweb.com)

Mightee writes: "Hacker group Lulz Security has been busy over the past five weeks. It has successfully managed to hack Sony BMG, Nintendo.com, Sonypictures.com, PBS.org, Fox.com and its US X Factor contestant database, Sonymusic.co.jp and InfraGard websites and has released over 150,000 names, emails, phone numbers, da.

Recently, the group has been taking hacking requests, bringing down a number of gaming servers, publishing a large number of login details for premium porn websites and on Thursday released a set of 62,000 usernames and passwords, reportedly stolen from Writerspace.com."

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