By Marcus Leach

Lulz Security, the hacking group behind several high-profile attacks on websites over the past few months, have disbanded.

The decision was announced on their Twitter account, whilst a short statement on their website simply said their "planned fifty-day cruise has expired."

With attacks on such high profile companies as Sony, Nintendo and United States Senate, Lulz have never been far from the headlines during the past two months.

Other companies that came under attack from Lulz include Fox Broadcasters, PBS and the CIA.

In signing off the group did release a range of documents that, apprently, include confidential information from the Arizona police department, as well as US telecoms firm AT&T.

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