Breaking into PBS's site and posting a fake story about Tupac being alive
Breaking into multiple Sony sites and leaking tens of thousands of users' personal information, as well as developer code
Breaking into Infragard, an FBI affiliate, and leaking lots of usernames from there
Compromising a site for the British NHS (and letting NHS know about the security breach, rather than leaking passwords)
Leaking ~26,000 e-mail / password combos for porn sites, with this message:
These guys probably sign into Facebook with the same email/pass combo, so we suggest the following:
1) sign into their Facebook accounts
2) find their family members
3) tell them all about how the victim (you!) signed up to porn sites
4) watch the hilarity
5) tell us about it on twitter!
Facebook seems to have responded quickly by temporarily locking any accounts associated with the listed e-mail addresses.
Lulzsec currently has over 122,000 followers on Twitter due to this whirlwind of activity, and they release a lot of the compromised data on their website.There's some speculation that Lulzsec is affiliated with "Anonymous." Other than their beef with PBS, which was over a documentary that they thought portrayed Wikileaks and Julian Assange unfairly, Lulzsec doesn't seem to have any overarching political or ideological agenda. They just seem to be "doing it for the lulz," so to speak.