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Lulzsec Targeting more Games for its Titanic Takeover Tuesday

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The hacker collective known as Lulzsec has singled out MMORPG Eve Online, Indie-Hit Minecraft and RTS League of Legends as their next targets. All three games faced distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on Tuesday and their login servers went down. Eve took its servers off the Public Internet when it realized what had happened. No news on when it would be back up. The Minecraft servers were the first to recover as they have faced massive DDoS attacks in the past, which might have helped them to rectify the situation faster.  League of Legends seems to have fared no better.

The arm of Lulzsec seems to have grown long indeed and they seem to be soliciting targets now. They said this in a tweet:

[quote]Call into 614-LULZSEC and pick a target and we’ll obliterate it. Nobody wants to mess with The Lulz Cannon – take aim for us, twitter. [/quote]

 

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Anand Kapre
Anand Kapre
A gaming freak, A Computer geek and an important role player at iGyaan.in . He also is a maniac cook( loves his grill) and the founder of minecraft.co.in. Anand is dedicated to testing the devices to their core and finding the useful from the lifeless.
  • Slamm420

    lol they failed at minecraft attack, i was online during the entire thing :P

  • Trollsama Binlawlin

    I wonder what would happen if someone requested they target lulzsec?

    • Komkast22

      they would deny it most likely