LulzSec Claims Breach Against Arizona Law Enforcement

Hacker collective LulzSec has just claimed to release “hundreds” of private documents belonging to Arizona law enforcement officials, saying:

“We are releasing hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to Arizona law enforcement.

Trouble in Paradise? LulzSec Outs Two Apparent ‘Snitches’

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

Sega Hacked, 1.3 Million User Accounts Compromised

Yet another attack against a gaming site has been reported—this time it’s Sega that’s been hit, with the company reporting that the “names, birth dates, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords” of 1.3 million of its users have been compromised, according to Reuters.

The company confirmed that users of the “Sega Pass” network have …

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