As is known, LulzSec displaying false news about the death of Rupert Murdoch in the pages of The Sun. Further, site visitors are directed to a page Twitter LulzSec. On his Twitter page, LulzSec post messages whose contents have said they managed to break into the data the staff of The Sun.
Times were getting the same treatment. No doubt, because down the two news sites that are under the auspices of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is also closed temporarily.
News International, a unit of News Corp.. which manages the two sites are mentioned it is very wary of attacks directed to The Sun and the Times.
"Our technical teams are working to fix it," said a spokesman for News International Daisy Dunlop quoted by Bloomberg on Tuesday (19/07/2011).
LulzSec known for its DDoS attacks (distributed denial of service). These attacks can subvert a site by flooding the site with thousands of service requests per second.