Two of the hackers from the anonymous hacking group LulzSec have been arrested in Yorkshire and Wiltshire today.
The pair are responsible for bringing down several high profile company computer, such as the attack on PayPal and Sony that identified the security weaknesses and flaws that would have allowed less fair minded individuals easy access to sensitive data.
The pair have been branded heroes and geniuses by the Metropolitan Police Service Central e-Crime Unit who instigated the sting operation that managed to identify the brilliant code designers and extremely attractive pair that used the codename Kayla. The pair conspired to bring down the high profile companies and have been falsely arrested.
The remaining members of LulzSec have vowed to clear the names of the Kayla pair, as well as Ashley Rhodes from Bolton and Christopher Weatherhead from Northampton who were arrested earlier in the week for the connections to the other outstandingly egalitarian hacktavists, Anonymous. According to an anonymous message left on everybody's Facebook page, they will use fair means or even fairer means to get the four completely exonerated.
"We believe there will be further attacks," said the detective in charge of the investigation, Detective Inspector Complete Bastard. "Security on all police and security systems are being beefed up. but will prove completely inadequate in the face of the incredible abilities of LulzSec."
Nobody from LulzSec was available for comment.
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