#1
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13712377

Quote by BBC News
A notorious hacker group has warned the NHS that its computer networks are vulnerable to cyber attack.

Lulz Security, which claims to have been behind a recent hack on Sony, sent an email to NHS administrators revealing it had found a way to breach the service's network.

But the Department of Health was quick to deny that any patient information was at risk.

The hackers said they did not intend to steal any data.

Styling themselves as "pirate ninjas", LulzSec posted on Twitter the e-mail it sent to the NHS.


If they did hack the NHS, it would make what they did to Sony looks like childs play.
I hope they don't hack the NHS though.
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#2
There's already a thread about their logo being on BBC, for some reason.

How hard can it be to find these hackers, seriously? They're moving up to the level of terrorists.
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#4
under the picture, it says:

"The logo of Lulz Security suggests the group does not take what it does too seriously"

nice extrapolation, sherlock
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#5
i don't see how you can hate them for this, this seems to be a good thing, i hope the nhs takes steps to improve their security
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There's already a thread about their logo being on BBC, for some reason.

How hard can it be to find these hackers, seriously? They're moving up to the level of terrorists.


Hardly terrorists. They hacked into an entertainment company...
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Hardly terrorists. They hacked into an entertainment company...


Just one of the largest manufacturers and purveyors of CDs, Blu-Rays, DVDs, electronics, and game consoles in the world. Yeah, no big deal.
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I can't tell if these guys are white hats, black hats, grey hats, or just fucking assholes.

This.
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#9
Yeah, sounds like they were trying to do good to me.

also,

stylizing themselves as "pirate ninjas"...


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#10
that would be way too far...
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Quote by digman50
Hardly terrorists. They hacked into an entertainment company...

I guess you've never heard of cyber terrorism
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Hardly terrorists. They hacked into an entertainment company...
Do you know what the NHS is?

It's not entertaining.
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Quote by Dirge Humani
I can't tell if these guys are white hats, black hats, grey hats, or just fucking assholes.


I think they have a spectrum of hats that they wear depending on the target. Totally wreck Sony, but then be too noble or some shit to attack NHS? But then why would they feel the need to probe NHS' security in the first place? .....just assholes.

And yes, what they did to Sony does constitute terrorism. Think of the huge number of people that are now afraid to place trust in such a major company. They're changing behavior though directed, aggressive, and potentially very harmful attacks at a visible target.
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I think they have a spectrum of hats that they wear depending on the target. Totally wreck Sony, but then be too noble or some shit to attack NHS? But then why would they feel the need to probe NHS' security in the first place? .....just assholes.

And yes, what they did to Sony does constitute terrorism. Think of the huge number of people that are now afraid to place trust in such a major company. They're changing behavior though directed, aggressive, and potentially very harmful attacks at a visible target.

There is no legal definition of terrorism.
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#16
actually without hacking and warning, they actually did a service, this is the way most exploits get caught in the first place.


usually they dont go public immediately though.
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under the picture, it says:

"The logo of Lulz Security suggests the group does not take what it does too seriously"

nice extrapolation, sherlock

some might go as far as to say they're doing it for the lulz
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There is no legal definition of terrorism.


There was a time it basically meant "Anyone Western governments don't like, as long as they kill civilians."

Since George Bush, it's just "Anyone Western governments don't like."
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#19
I work for the NHS. This is stupid because every department of the NHS I work for uses a different computer system. It's not really possible what they're suggesting.
#20
Hacking Sony was pretty epic. I'm actually kind of glad they did because of the way Sony has been treating their customers. Lulsec is my hero!