Teams of hackers are still digging up and releasing information about LulzSec members in an attempt to get them arrested. The latest "dox" was dumped earlier this week by TeaMp0isoN and contains information about five individuals believed to have been involved with the defunct hacking outfit.
LulzSec disbanded at the end of June after 50 days of hacking and DDoSing corporate and governmental websites. Their attacks were regularly accompanied by leaks of sensitive information that put innocent users at risk.
In its short life LulzSec managed to attract a huge number of fans. Their Twitter account had over 250,000 followers when the group called it quits, an impressive achievement for a two-month run.
But the hacking group was also hated, mainly by individuals they exposed or who didn't agree with its lulz-oriented ideology. Some of these people criticized the outfit from a distance, while others chose to get more personally involved.
Groups like TeaMp0isoN, Web Ninjas, Team-A, set their mind on exposing and destroying LulzSec. The information they managed to dig up about the hackers is impressive, even if much of it is based on questionable deductions.
Their actions, combined with that of law enforcement authorities, have likely forced LulzSec to disband. But, some of them are not satisfied with this and want the hackers arrested.
A new dox from TeaMp0isoN lists personal information about five former LulzSec members: tflow, topiary, power2all, Sabu and JoePie91.
According to the group, tflow is one Suliaman (or Solomon) Saleh from London. His alleged address is included in the file posted online and so are the names of his family members.
Topiary, a long-time Anonymous supporter who handled much of LulzSec's communications, is allegedly a 23-year-old Swede from Upsala named Daniel Ackerman Sandberg.
According to TeaMp0isoN, power2all, the founder of AnonOps is one Jasper Lingers from Oostzaan, the Netherlands. Joepie91, known in real life as Sven Slootweg, is believed to be his co-national and lives in Dordrecht. Finally, Sabu, LulzSec's leader is said to be one Hector Xavier Montsegur from New York.
Most of TeaMp0isoN's information is consistent with that released by other groups, but it remains to be seen if these efforts will have any effect. Ryan Cleary, the LulzSec affiliated hacker arrested in UK last month, had his real information posted on the Internet a couple of months back.