The rampage of LulzSec continues with another high-profile attack happening yesterday evening. This time the target wasn’t an MMO like the recent Eve Online and League of Legends attacks, instead LulzSec went after the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).The attack was successful with the CIA website for the most part going offline. However, it’s unlikely any sensitive information was found on the public CIA web servers. The targeting of CIA was most likely more just to embarrass the intelligence agency for having less than intelligent website security.Although it may have caused a few more lols for the members of LulzSec, targeting such a high-profile government agency may in the end backfire. This move will have angered some higher ups in the CIA who are now no doubt trying to figure out who this group is. And unlike a games company, the CIA has a lot more resources to throw behind a search campaign.At the time of writing it looks as though the CIA have managed to bring their site back online and LulzSec has clearly moved on to planning its next target.Read more at ReutersMatthew’s OpinionTargeting the CIA isn’t going to make you very popular with the US government and really could turn the tables on members of LulzSec. Yes, they are managing to stay below the radar while carrying out these attacks, but it only takes the right group of people working together to figure out who at least some of the members are. Go after government websites and there’s more chance that group of people will come together and start hunting you down.Saying that, LulzSec is doing a pretty good job of staying anonymous so far. Or is it just a case that no one cares enough to go after them?