BOSTON (Reuters) - The Lulz Security group of hackers behind recent attacks on Sony, the U.S. Senate and News Corp, said in a Tweet that it has set up a telephone hotline for suggestions on targets.
LulzSec Tweeted the number on Wednesday, urging its more than 150,000 followers to help it strategize.
When Reuters dialed the number, it was hosted by an answering machine.
"We are not available right now as we are busy raping your Internet. Leave a message and we will get back to you whenever we feel like," said a voice-mail answering machine at 614-LULZSEC.
Lulz Security, which has a website at www.lulzsecurity.com, did not return a message left by Reuters.
(Reporting by Jim Finkle, editing by Bernard Orr)