Two UK Teenagers Plead Guilty To Hacking As Part Of LulzSec
Two teenagers from the UK have confessed to being part of Lulzsec and pleaded guilty to multiple charges of attacking several high-profile websites.
The two who have admitted their partaking are Ryan Cleary, 19, and Jake Davis, 18. The other two - Ryan Ackroyd, 25, and an unnamed 17-year-old boy have denied these charges set against them. They will all be facing trial in April next year
The collective face charges from both the UK and the US for targeting and launching DDoS attacks on particular sites such as the NHS, Sony, Nintendo, News International, the CIA and the Pentagon. A rather explosive conclusion to the offshoot of Anonymous.