The high-profile hacktivists LulzSec had their own website hacked by another hacker group.

The hacker war isn't over - yet.

On Tuesday, a website believed to be run by a Dutch member of LulzSec has reportedly been hacked by a group TeaMp0isoN.

The website has since been removed, but a screenshot shown below was present before its disappearance.

On the statement reads:


No matter how many bots you gather, no matter how much people you lie to, no matter how much pre-made tools you use, you will _NEVER_ represent the real hacking scene, we warned you, we told you we do not make empty threats, we gave u 48hrs to secure your ircs yet u failed to do so, instead u posted hashes from public forums and then claimed you doxed us and laughed at the fact that i was 17years old. stop telling yourself that u are hackers, putting a ip into a irc is NOT hacking nor is using pre-made tools and scripts to grab databases... you do not represent the anti-sec movement, u are not allowed to greet underground groups like zf0, ab, h0n0, el8 like your member AnonSabu was doing, you will never be apart of the underground scene, if anyone thinks you are underground and can actually hack they have no idea about what happens in the underground scene. oh and TeaMp0isoN Issue 2 is coming out VERY soon exposing lulzsec members (pictures, addresses, passwords, ips, phone numbers etc). . . . not so anonymous anymore are you? lets hope that you can swim because the lulzboat just got titanic'd

Web Ninjas, another group which recently made a website targeting to dox LulzSec, has published several names and personal information of alleged LulzSec members.

On its website LulzSec Exposed, Web Ninjas stated following TeaMp0iSoN's hack against LulzSec,
We all want to see LulzSec behind bars for their insane acts. As if Security Agencies in the world are not enough, As if Jester and Co are not enough, As if Awinee and co are not enough, As if Web Ninjas are not enough, Sabu and Topiary pissed off the famous hacker group TeaMp0iSoN.
Claiming that they stand for hack victims, Web Ninja has released several names of those who they claim are LulzSec and Anonymous members.

LulzSec has been responsible for the recent hacking attacks against Sony Corp., the U.S. Senate, an FBI affiliate, the Public Broadcasting System, gaming sites, and online porn sites. The most recent victim of their hack was Brazilian government's website. LulzSec is now threatening to steal classified information from governments, banks and other high-profile establishments.

A 19-year old man called Ryan Cleary, with alleged links to LulzSec, was arrested on Tuesday by the London Metropolitan Police's Central e-Crime Unit. LulzSec, however, has denied that Cleary is part of the group. Ryan Cleary is not part of LulzSec; we house one of our many legitimate chatrooms on his IRC server, but that's it, the hack group tweeted. We use Ryan's server, we also use Efnet, 2600, Rizon and AnonOps IRC servers. That doesn't mean they're all part of our group.

It seems the authorities hasn't shaken LulzSec. Neither has the hacking attack by TeaMp0iSoN.

On Wednesday, LulzSec's tweet reads: We're hoping to have Operation Anti-Security Payload #1 ready by Friday.

How many more lulz can they bring before the real gameover?