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The Anonymous Solidarity Network

The Anonymous Solidarity Network

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Anonymous (group) Anonymous (used as a mass noun) is a loosely associated international network of activist and hacktivist entities. A website nominally associated with the group describes it as "an internet gathering" with "a very loose and decentralized command structure that operates on ideas rather than directives". The group became known for a series of well-publicized publicity stunts and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on government, religious, and corporate websites. Access Restricted Over the past year or so we have seen how powerful a couple of tweets and a pastebin statement can be. More so over the pasty few months there has been a lot of fake and stupid operations being brewed up by trolls, trouble makers or just plain simple dumbass’s. One of the most recent ones is once again asking people to download the well known stupid, noneffective tool called LOIC, this is the same tool that has seen so many people arrested and facing charges for taking part in previous attacks. This stupid operations have been inciting outrageous actions towards the targets that have been in line from street protesters, from this attacks or even the word of them people are making it alot harder for them who are making the effort and standing ground at there local protest or even travelling great distances to join others to stand ground. /end rant

FreeAnons We are FreeAnons and until every Anon is free we will attest to the Anonymous creed, “We do not forgive. We do not forget.” The storm may have passed but so long as our comrades are held captive we will not allow the seas to be calm nor any ship to take refuge in still waters. Stanley Cohen Defense Fund

AP Exclusive: CIA following Twitter, Facebook McLEAN, Va. (AP) — In an anonymous industrial park in Virginia, in an unassuming brick building, the CIA is following tweets — up to 5 million a day. At the agency's Open Source Center, a team known affectionately as the "vengeful librarians" also pores over Facebook, newspapers, TV news channels, local radio stations, Internet chat rooms — anything overseas that anyone can access and contribute to openly. Sticky Paste Hugh Grant Chairman & CEO of Monsanto Principal Occupation: Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, Monsanto. Chairman of the Board of Monsanto Company since October 2003; President and Chief Executive Officer of Monsanto Company since May 2003; Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Monsanto Company, 2000-2003; Co-President, Agricultural Sector, old Monsanto Company, 1998-2000. Director: PPG Industries, Inc.

8 Most Awesome Hacks Conducted By Anonymous Hackers Research proved that Anonymous hacktivists group is relatively much bigger than you anticipated and become quite popular among people all over the world. News about their existence first became public on social media, with members shown flaunting Guy Fawkes masks. It was all quite fitting, with the group calling themselves Anonymous and wearing such masks in all over their demonstrations. In an age where government oppression is becoming increasing common, such groups have popped up everywhere. Anonymous is, arguably, the most famous of them. Anonymous Hacks Wal-Mart, CapitalOne, Finland, El Salvador - Security - Attacks/breaches Releases troves of stolen data, some of unknown origin, and issues call for mass disruptions of the Iowa caucuses. (click image for larger view) Slideshow: 10 Massive Security Breaches It's been a busy few days for the hacktivist collective known as Anonymous. On Saturday, Anonymous released data it had stolen after hacking the websites of CapitalOne and Wal-Mart. According to Anonymous, its data dump includes information on everyone from Warren Buffet and Michael Bloomberg to Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant and embattled ex-Harvard president and former Obama financial advisor Lawrence Summers.

#OpNewblood – Anonymous is Recruiting AnonHQ Anonymous Over the years computers have become a part of our daily modern existence. From texting to watching movies, posting on Facebook or sharing pictures on Instagram over to Tweeting random thoughts, these things have become so common that our daily lives are incomplete without them. But with all these electronic interacting devices, groups and networks lies a thin line of security risk. More or less, this “risk” is based within the machine or the device itself. Computer virus hits NZ ambulances A computer virus disabled the automated response system of St John communication centres across the country this week. Ambulance communications operations manager Alan Goudge said systems were back up and running yesterday morning after being attacked by the virus on Wednesday night. The incident forced staff to allocate ambulances manually but it is still unknown if any emergency call-outs were affected.

Anonymous answers frequently asked questions (about Anonymous) on AnonHQ.com This isn’t very anonymous of Anonymous. The shadowy group has decided to answer a series of frequently asked questions (FAQ). So if you’ve ever wanted to know what the group does or whether it can teach you to hack, you have come to the right place. The Faq document on AnonHQ.com also answered the most pertinent query about the mysterious organisation. Do you had to buy a Guy Fawkes Mask to be an official member? The questions were presented by chat-board moderators from anonboards.com after they had collated them from users. Behind Blue Coat: Investigations of commercial filtering in Syria and Burma Download PDF version Read our update: Are Blue Coat devices in Syria “phoning home”? (January 14, 2013) Summary

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