Hackers Take Down CIA Website

    The seal of the Central Intelligence Agency, on the floor of the foyer at the CIA Headquarters, in Langley, VA is hown in a photo taken Thursday, March 3, 2005.  Photograph: Dennis Brack/Bloomberg News

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    It’s time for another hack-attack. The CIA website was taken down by hackers Wednesday. The hacker group LulzSec claimed credit for the attack, posting “Tango Down--cia.gov--for the lulz” on Twitter. The Senate website was taken down in a similar attack over the weekend, which LulzSec also took credit for. The attack prompted a review of Senate Web security. LulzSec is best known for hacking into Sony, PBS.org, the gaming company Bethesda, and the gaming sites Minecraft and League of Legends.

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