As the year declines towards its end and we look towards the new year with new hope, let us not forget our past. And let us never forget Hector “Sabu” Monsegur’s past and what it means to our present.
Here he is, on our old friend Vince In The Bay’s podcast, excusing himself for just over a solid hour. I’ll wait while you get the barf bag. Forgive us if we don’t host the sound file, just link to it; you’ll have to click to Vince’s site to listen.
If you would like a good look at Sabu’s legacy from someone slightly less self-interested than Sabu, we highly recommend Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy by McGill anthropology professor Gabriella Coleman. It is an excellent book, the definitive book on Anonymous, LulzSec, and AntiSec in their glory days and downfall. And it’s 50% off right now, from an independent publisher to boot!
Source: PODCAST: Hector Xavier Monsegur
Categories: Anonymous, AntiSec, Crime, Cyber, DramaSec, FBI, Hackers, Hacktivism, Hector Xavier Monsegur, LulzSec, News, Sabu
Yes, a book that sucks the dicks of the other former Lulzsec kids who ratted on each other to the police.
If you think that, you need to re-read Chapter 12, The Sabutage.