The LulzSec, which was allegedly behind the attack on Arizona police website, CIA website, US Senate website, SonyPictures and many more government sites around the globe, didn't reveal the reason behind their decision to stop hacking suddenly.
"It's time to say bon voyage. Our planned 50-day cruise has expired, and we must now sail into the distance," LulzSec said in a post.
"50 days ago, we set sail with our humble ship on an uneasy and brutal ocean: the Internet. The hate machine, the love machine, the machine powered by many machines. We are all part of it, helping it grow, and helping it grow on us," LulzSec added.
LulzSec ended their post by saying, "It's time to say bon voyage. Our planned 50 day cruise has expired, and we must now sail into the distance, leaving behind - we hope - inspiration, fear, denial, happiness, approval, disapproval, mockery, embarrassment, thoughtfulness, jealousy, hate, even love. If anything, we hope we had a microscopic impact on someone, somewhere. Anywhere."
LulzSec also thanked its supporters on internet and encouraged others to carry on cyber attacks.
Anyhow, while announcing their retirement, LulzSec revealed another hack. It posted data breached form AOL, AT&T, FBI website and Electronic Arts Inc online.
Security experts opinionated that the increased investigation by various security agencies forced LulzSec to cease their cyber attacks. Earlier, Britain police arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with LulzSec hacking.