Members of Anonymous have responded to yesterday's revelation that LulzSec leader Sabu is now an FBI informant by -- what else? -- hacking the website of a security firm.
Anonymous defaced a dozen sites belonging to Panda Security, a company that allegedly helped Interpol take down 25 alleged Anons last month.
The attack came in response to a Panda Security blog post saying that, without Sabu, Anonymous' capabilities would be limited to simple DDoS attacks. The Panda blog is currently down.
"LOL HE ASKED FOR THE LULZ!!!! HERE IT IS THE LULZ...," Anon wrote on the Panda website.
Anonymous also took the opportunity to address Sabu directly, writing:
Yeah yeah, we know, Sabu snitched on us. As usually happens FBI menaced him to take his sons away. We understand, but we were your family too. (Remember what you liked to say?)... It's sad and we can't imagine how it feels having to look at the mirror each morning and see there the guy who shopped their friends to police.
It seems Sabu wasn't the only Anonymous operator capable of more than a DDoS attack.