LulzSec

Lulzera bien qui lulzera le dernier | Chaire de recherche du Canada en sécurité, identité et technologie. Benoit Dupont, 6 march 2012

In French, but with links to documents in English about LulzSec arrests and co. The title of the post refers to a saying in French which means “who will see who has the last laugh”. The US made a fuss about the fact they got hold of some members of the group LulzSec, but, as Benoit Dupont comments at the end of his post, they won’t last long because the problem is less about LulzSec than about the lack of security of softwares and intranet that allow for breaches to be discovered and exploited.

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About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
This entry was posted in Anonymous and Co, Countries - US, General - Legal/non legal responses to cybercrime, Offences - Hacking (unauthorised access), Offences - Unauthorised 'modification' (and co), Prevention - Security. Bookmark the permalink.

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