LulzSec appears to have blown the whistle on two of its own members, as a document uploaded to Pastebin reads, in part:
“Hi FBI & other law enforcement clowns,
LulzSec here with some juicy gossip.
This is [redacted]… He was involved in the hacking of the game ‘Dues Ex’ and was/is involved in countless other cybercrimes.
Also, he tried to snitch on us. Therefore we just did your job for you with great ease.
This moron is trying to flee the country in order to avoid serious punishment. Hunt him down:”
There’s then a handful of personal info about this person—AIM handle, last known IP address, physical address, and more—followed by information about a second person.
“This is also the name of one of his associates, [redacted]. He’s also wanted for some pretty heavy stuff,” says the document.
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The document then ends with:
“These goons begged us for mercy after they apologized to us all night for leaking some of our affiliates’ logs. There is no mercy on The Lulz Boat.
Snitches get stitches,
LulzSec has also taken to Twitter, saying, “They leaked logs, we owned them, one of them literally started crying for mercy, we saw it fit to pastebin their home addresses.”
There’s another tweet mentioning one of the individuals by name as well, saying, “Remember this tweet [redacted] for I know you’ll read it: your cold jail cell will be haunted with our endless laughter. Game over, child.”
I’ve left all the links out just to be on the safe side and the personal info for the two individuals has been redacted as well.
Two things: First, it appears as though there may be a little bit of infighting going on (or at least some members aren’t as loyal to LulzSec as the group expects them to be). Second, if the info that LulzSec apparently just released is legitimate, there looks to be no easy way out of the group.