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Hackers that attacked the Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department have pleaded guilty to those attacks in a court in London, SC Magazine reported.
Ryan Cleary, 20, and Jake Davis, 19, pleaded guilty to conspiring with other members of LulzSec to attack government, media, and law enforcement websites last year, according to Gryff Waldron, an official at London's Southwark Crown Court.
The hacker group LulzSec is promising more activity, despite the arrests of six active members earlier this month. In a message posted to YouTube, the group said it would start to take hacking action against governments, corporations and agencies beginning April 1.
Authorities around the world are rounding up the members of the hacking groups LulzSecurity and Anonymous. Dozens of arrests have been made so far.
A publicity-seeking hacker group that has blazed a path of destruction on the Internet over the last two months says it is dissolving itself.
LulzSec announces 'Operation Anti-Security'
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PBS officials say hackers have cracked the network's website, posting a phony story claiming dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive in New Zealand, and a group that claimed responsibility for the hacking complained about a recent "Frontline" investigative news program on WikiLeaks.