Digital Forensics Magazine | supporting the professional computer security industry 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. Anonymous originated in 2003 on the imageboard 4chan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as an anarchic, digitized global brain. Anonymous members (known as "Anons") can be distinguished in public by the wearing of stylised Guy Fawkes masks. In its early form, the concept was adopted by a decentralized online community acting anonymously in a coordinated manner, usually toward a loosely self-agreed goal, and primarily focused on entertainment, or "lulz".
Darknet Radio AnonOps • Guaranteed eargasms 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 Monday 14 April 2014 Up The Rebels! Up The Rebels! Up The Rebels! Anonymous by Anonymous Friday 11 April 2014 Freedom fighters or cyber-terrorists? Freedom fighters or cyber-terrorists? Freedom fighters or cyber-terrorists? We do not forget Kloud Wednesday 9 April 2014 In France, the Ministry of the Interior’s intelligence service is going to war with Anonymous. In France, the Ministry of the Interior’s intelligence service is going to war with Anonymous. In France, the Ministry of the Interior’s intelligence service is going to war with Anonymous. Première procédure en France contre Anonymous mercredi 9 avril 2014 DCRI contre Anonymous : arrestation de Kloud. Hackers, You will be free!
Les Anonymous publient des guides pour que vous les aidiez à traquer Daesh ! Date de dernière mise à jour : le 14 avril 2016 à 11 h 01 min Les Anonymous sont décidément très actifs depuis les attentats survenus à Paris le 13 Novembre 2015. Le groupe d’hacktivistes assurait hier avoir supprimé 5500 comptes Twitter de terroristes de l’Etats Islamique. Aujourd’hui, il publie plusieurs guides pour que vous les aidiez à traquer Daesh. Alors qu’ils annonçaient hier avoir réussi à supprimer 5500 comptes Twitter de terroristes de l’Etat Islamique, les Anonymous vous invitent à les aider à poursuivre leur traque contre Daesh. Tout le monde est le bienvenu, même ceux qui n’y connaissent rien au piratage. Le NoobGuide permet donc d’apprendre les bases du fonctionnement des Anonymous. En plus de tous ces moyens, les guides proposent également des méthodes pour effectuer des attaques DDoS contre les sites en question. Votre contribution signifie beaucoup, et nous vous encourageons à participer à toutes les activités de l’Op si vous le pouvez. Via
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. We take a look at 8 of the best hacks done by the Anonymous group: BART attack (2011) BART attack was a repercussion to the shutting down of subterranean cellular services by the company when protestors were looking to organize protests due to BART police shooting an unarmed passenger. First, they gained access to MYBART.org and posted personal details like names and account passwords of users. Project Chanology attack (2008) Federal attack (2012)
#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. We Are Anonymous. Anonymous is not just a collective of hackers or people who like to go over discussion boards and talk about hacking random websites. We are citizens of the world who bear witness to tyranny, oppression and censorship. We are activists who seek to change the system and the cycle of corruption. We seek to create transparency in governments and all institutions of public service. We resist those who seek to violate our rights as human beings. As a collective of autonomous individuals however, and we are no one.
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. What Is Anonymous? ‘Anonymous is a loose collection of individual people around the world. Who is The Leader of Anonymous? ‘There is no leader of Anonymous. ‘Each member has their own interests and desires just as any of us has our own interests and desires. ‘Everyone is different. ‘There are countless groups which affiliate with Anonymous and in this way Anonymous is not one ‘group’ itself. Can You Teach Me To Hack? ‘No, we can not legally teach you to do illegal things.
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The Hacktivist Encyclopedia: Enemies of Anonymous, From ISIS to the KKK Anonymous, the loose collective of “hacktivists,” first crawled out of the primordial slime of 4chan as a troll, but it has since evolved into a political beast that fights its own brand of vigilante justice. The group has most recently been in the news due to their anti-ISIS efforts (#OpISIS), which endeavored to remove thousands of Twitter handles associated with ISIS members from the service. So how did the group shift from Rickrolling to anti-terrorism? A Vocativ analysis of nearly 100 publicized Anonymous operations and attacks executed since the group’s formation in 2006 show that in the last year, the hacktivist organization has changed direction. Throughout a decade of existence, Anonymous’ philosophy and methods have remained consistent, but its targets and motives have shifted in recent years. It’s steered away from fighting government corruption and Internet censorship, instead focusing its efforts more on terrorism, hate groups and police brutality. Origin Story