Despite having broadcast the disbanding of their group, members of LulzSec appear active as ever in new hacking adventures under the banner of AntiSec. Early Monday morning, a Twitter account attributed to Anonymous announced that AntiSec, the hacking groups collaboration with LulzSec members, had taken over the Tunisian government's website. The site appeared to be operational again soon thereafter, but not until after the International Business Times posted a screenshot of AntiSec's warning to the Tunisian government. It cites Tunisia's recent history of internet censorship as motive:
The release concludes, according to the IB Times, "We are Anonymous, We are LulzSec, We are People from around the world who are stepping in the name of freedom."
The attack on Tunisia seems minor compared to some of Anonymous's crippling hack on Sony or AntiSec's recent release of confidential law enforcement documents. In fact, as the letter mentions, Tunisia has been a target of Anonymous for quite some time. But the group's activity does show one thing: LulzSec mischief is far from over. It's just being attributed to AntiSec now. And based on calls to action, it seems like the groups are spinning the weekend's events into a recruiting opportunity.