Australian firm Melbourne IT revealed in a Tuesday email to CNET that a reseller account on the company's network was illegally breached by some person or some organization, because of which the New York Times' website suffered an outage.
In what apparently was a coordinated wave of attacks launched on three US new outlets, the websites of Washington Post, CNN, and Time magazine were disrupted on Thursday morning.
There is a famous saying in the virtual sphere that hackers don’t let go very easily. It is evident from the fact that after the arrest of members of LulzSec by FBI it was thought that the group fizzled out very quickly. The concerns were big as they were betrayed by their own leader. But it seems that a new group named LulzSecReborn has risen from the ashes of the previous one.
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