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'Sabu' Helps FBI Arrest Fellow LulzSec Hackers

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Several members of LulzSec were arrested today with the help of one of the group's leaders.

"Hector Xavier Monsegur, a 28-year-old New Yorker who allegedly used the online name 'Sabu,' has been working undercover for the feds since the FBI arrested him without fanfare last June," writes Wired's Kim Zetter. "Monsegur provided agents with information that helped them arrest several suspects on Tuesday, including two men from Great Britain, two from Ireland and an American in Chicago."

"Those arrested include Ryan Ackroyd, aka 'Kayla;' Jake Davis, aka 'Topiary,' from London; Darren Martyn, aka 'pwnsauce,' and Donncha O’Cearrbhail, aka 'palladium,' from Ireland; and Jeremy Hammond, aka 'Anarchaos,' from Chicago," Zetter writes.

Go to "LulzSec Leader Was Snitch Who Helped Snag Fellow Hackers" to read the details.

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