LulzSec, the 6-man hacking group ended their 50 days reign of “hackery” but after revealing/embarrassing/corrupting/exposing numerous corporations/governments/servers, the guys came with one last act of mischief.
They once again published confidential data recovered from their latest attack. One prominent folder is titled “AT&T.” other dumped files were leaked from AOL, Disney, Universal, EMI and the FBI.
Digging through the data, the guys over at iFans have come across some interesting information. The internal AT&T documents reveal that the carrier is planning to roll out their new LTE network in the first week of July, and more ineterstingly hinting at what seems to be an LTE-capable iPad.
If you’re up for it, the leaked presentation is embedded here. The LTE iPad is mentioned on page 4.
Pre-LTE scenarios. Testing will include iPad new activations HLS using the new rate plan, as well as a regression on netbooks and dongles. During validation E2E execution should ensure all functionality new and current is still functioning properly by validating account set up, provision, usage and notifications.
Apple’s 3rd iteration of their popular tablet line is expected to be a major upgrade, with speculation suggesting everything from a Retina display to LTE capabilities.
LulzSec, short for Lulz Security, the hacker group behind hacking the CIA, U.S. Senate, Nintendo, Sony and others. They took down the CIA’s website, hacked Sony’s servers, released sensitive documents from the Arizona state government and attacked the U.S. Senate’s website. While a suspected member of LulzSec was recently apprehended, the group claims he was not its leader.
The team claim that they intended to only operate for 50 days as an attempt to revive the AntiSec movement, which is opposed to the computer security industry.