Saturday, June 25, 2011

LulzSec, the meteoric rise of a group of hackers

Police in Arizona, the CIA, Sony, the U.S. Senate, Nintendo, PBS television, the Fox television network, the porn site Pron. com, the X Factor, the British police, the video game publisher Bethesda ... The list of victims of computer attacks claimed by Lulz Security, a group of hackers, is long. Most importantly, all of these attacks took place within a very short: there are still unknown two months, "Lulzsec" - "lulz" is a corruption of the acronym for "laugh out loud" - has cut in a few weeks an international reputation.

Apple's new complaint against Samsung

Apple has filed a complaint in South Korea for patent infringement against Samsung in a new episode of their legal battle around the smartphones and digital tablets. This dispute is part of a long series of mutual complaints: Samsung has attacked his rival to court in South Korea, Japan and Germany in April, after Apple had requested an investigation against the South Korea group , accusing him of having with his Galaxy, "slavish" copying its models iPhone and iPad.