Friday, June 24, 2011

Hacker v hacker: LulzSec's rival TeaMp0ison, (Team Poison), vows to expose group members true identities - 24th June 2011

A rival hacking group has threatened to name each of the members of LulzSec.

TeaMp0ison, (Team Poison) are racing against the police to expose the names of those involved with the group, who have already brought down Sony, Sega and the FBI.

LulzSec’s members use a range of pseudonyms to cover their tracks while exposing others. They include 'Sabu', the groups alleged leader, Nakomis and Topiary.

Now though, a member of Team Poison has claimed it will show their true identities.

In an interview with Fox News, Hex0010, a member of the group said: 'We're here to show the world that they're nothing but a bunch of script kiddies.

'We're going to let them do what they do. Then we're going to do what we do,’ he said. 'We're going to hit them hard.'

Hex, who refused to reveal his true name, claimed the next person to be identified would be from California. He would not reveal further details.

The claim come just days after police named the first alleged LulzSec member as Ryan Cleary, a 19-year-old from Essex who was arrested on Monday.

Cleary was later charged with a five offences and appeared in court yesterday.

The loner is said to be helping police with their probe into the organisation, with officers given three extra days to question him about offences in America. Read More