Anonymous has issued a beginner's guide to hacking online under the title, School4Lulz.
With the disbandment of hacker group LulzSec, the online 'hacktivist' collective is clearly looking for buddies to continue its fight under the banner Operation InfoSec - and one way of recruiting fellow travellers, it seems, is to issue them with a Hacking 101.
A member of a publicity-seeking hacker group that sabotaged websites over the past two months and is dissolving itself says his group isn't disbanding under pressure from the FBI or enemy hackers.
"We're not quitting because we're afraid of law enforcement," the LulzSec member said in a conversation with The Associated Press over the Internet voice program Skype. "The press are getting bored of us, and we're getting bored of us."
After 50 days of 'magic quotes off, join table intersectionz', LulzSec have announced that they're retiring and sailing off into the sunset - Does this mean an end to the mayhem that has been LulzSec? Definitely not! They're merely turning their attention to project #AntiSec, the recently announced 'joint effort' between themselves and Anonymous
It was a tight-knit and enigmatic group finding its feet in the febrile world of hacker collectives, where exposing and embarrassing your targets is just as important as protecting your own identity.