LulzSec Hackers Hit The GTA RPG, Slighter Golf
More than 4,400 registered users' e-mail addresses, user names, encrypted passwords and IP addresses were published online.
For Slighter Golf, the group published what they say are user names and encrypted passwords for six admin users, along with user names, e-mail addresses, encrypted passwords and IP addresses for more than 4,200 registered users.
For The Grand Theft Auto Role Playing Game, the hackers published what appear to be user names, encrypted passwords, e-mail addresses and IP addresses for 225 registered users.
While no reason was given for either attack, the hackers wrote the following in Pastebin posts for both attacks: "Greetings friends, welcome to TheLulzBoat. The the world’s leader in high-quality entertainment at your expense. Thank you for sailing with us. The breeze is fresh and the sun is setting, so now we head for the horizon. Let it flow. Our crew of 12 wishes you a happy 2013, and a shout-out to all of our battlefleet members and supporters across the globe. LulzSec & AntiSec ride again."
While "the sun is setting, so now we head for the horizon" might seem to indicate an end to their attacks, the hackers also stated the following in a tweet: "Cracking, hacking, white hats beware. Were #LulzSec hoes, were not going anywhere."