Accused Irish LulzSec hacker worked in security
Source: Reuters - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Government One of the people accused by U.S. authorities of being at the core of Lulz Security, perhaps the most feared hacking group on the planet, led a nonprofit group in Galway, Ireland, dedicated to making websites more secure. Darren Martyn, who was named in an indictment unsealed in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday, was a local chapter leader of the Open Web Application Security Project, which develops open-source applications to improve security, according to an official at the international group.

Thomas Brennan, who is a director of OWASP's parent group, said Martyn resigned last week.

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