In this podcast Chester interviews Parmy Olson author of "We are Anonymous" about her thoughts on LulzSec, their sentencing and the Anonymous movement. Parmy also shares some of her thoughts on Firefox OS and other developments from Mobile World Congress 2013.
Hector Monsegur, the notorious hacker known as "Sabu," once railed against the establishment. Now he owes his freedom to the good graces of federal authorities, who successfully lobbied for a six month extension on his sentencing.
The sorry saga of Ryan Cleary, now 20 years old and an alleged hacker from the group LulzSec, continues to unfold.
Arrested in the UK, charged, released and then re-arrested, Cleary now faces federal hacking charges in the USA as well.
Ryan Cleary breached his bail agreement by using the internet..
.. to contact LulzSec leader Sabu (who just happened to be secretly working for the FBI).
SophosLabs has seen proof-of-concept code on Chinese websites which attempts to exploit the recently announced Microsoft RDP vulnerability.
Patch your copies of Windows now.
An anti-virus firm blogs about LulzSec and Sabu, and finds its webpages defaced by a vengeful Anonymous.
Hector Xavier Monsegur may have portrayed the exploits of Anonymous and LulzSec as a glamorous fight against "the man", but the dark criminal realities of their exploits were exposed in his indictment. It appears he wasn't just in it for the lulz.
Infamous hacker Sabu is said to have betrayed his comrades in LulzSec and Anonymous, and have been working for the FBI for months.
Hector Xavier Monsegur has pleaded guilty to internet attacks, as others arrested on both sides of the Atlantic.