November 25, 2017

LulzSec launch “Murdoch Meltdown Monday” against media empire

LulzSec strikes again.

Hacking group, Lulz Security, have taken down all News Corporation’s British websites in an attack they called “Murdoch Meltdown Monday.”

Websites for The Sun, The Times and News International were all inaccessible this morning.

The Sun came back on but was displaying a fake story that Rupert Murdoch had been found dead in his garden. Lulz Security took responsibility for the story via their Twitter account, calling it a successful part of “Murdoch Meltdown Monday.”

Readers were also directed to Lulz’ Twitter feed, which read: “Lulz Security® (LulzSec), the world’s leaders in high-quality entertainment at your expense”.

Just when we thought things couldn’t get any worse for Rupert, James and Rebekah along comes LulzSec.

Fake story that Rupert Murdoch was self fertilizing his garden.