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Anonymous and the global correction

Anonymous and the global correction
The tendency to relate past events to what is possible in the present becomes more difficult as the scope of the geopolitical environment changes. It is a useful thing, then, to ask every once in a while if the environment has recently undergone any particular severe changes, thereby expanding our options for the future. Terminology, let alone our means of exchanging information, has changed to such a degree that many essential discussions in today's "communications age" would be entirely incomprehensible to many two decades ago. As the social, political and technological environment has developed, some have already begun to explore new options, seizing new chances for digital activism - and more will soon join in. It is time for the rest of the world to understand why. Service denied Already, such organisations are being established across Tunisia, just as they will be established elsewhere as the movement proceeds. The seeds of cyber revolution For great justice

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Anonymous speaks: the inside story of the HBGary hack It has been an embarrassing week for security firm HBGary and its HBGary Federal offshoot. HBGary Federal CEO Aaron Barr thought he had unmasked the hacker hordes of Anonymous and was preparing to name and shame those responsible for co-ordinating the group's actions, including the denial-of-service attacks that hit MasterCard, Visa, and other perceived enemies of WikiLeaks late last year. When Barr told one of those he believed to be an Anonymous ringleader about his forthcoming exposé, the Anonymous response was swift and humiliating. Chet Uber and Richard Brandt Vigilante Spies 4 August 2010. Volunteer Tells about Project Vigilant Fraud: 3 August 2010 After posting the file below, Google cache provided evidence that Project Vigilant is a fraud: Ubiquity of Online Spying Cryptome: The material below demonstrates the six degree of separation of spies and their presumably unwitting victims.

'Hacktivist' Groups Like 'Anonymous' are not the Biggest Threat to Cybersecurity, says UB Information Assurance Expert University at Buffalo Professor Shambhu Upadhyaya, PhD, (pronounced SHAM-Boo Oop-a-DYE-uh) teaches and conducts research in the area of computer security. He is director of UB's Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education (CEISARE), whose work has included studying cybersecurity and training students to protect the nation's information technology systems. With hacker collectives carrying out high-profile cyber attacks -- most recently claiming to have stolen a large trove of data including personal information from U.S. law enforcement agencies -- Upadhyaya comments on how much of a threat these groups really pose to cybersecurity.

Anonymous Hackers Release Stuxnet Worm Online ! ~ The Hackers News The group of anonymous "hacktivists" that made headlines for online cyberattacks in December just released a bombshell online: a decrypted version of the same cyberworm that crippled Iran's nuclear power program. The ones and zeroes that make up the code called the Stuxnet worm -- described as the most sophisticated cyberweapon ever created -- were reportedly found when the faceless group hacked into the computers of HBGary, a U.S. security company that the anonymous collective viewed as an enemy. And the security experts spoke with said the leaked code was serious cause for concern. Anonymous Hackers Release Stuxnet Worm Online A screenshot from a proganda video released by the anonymous group that attacked the websites of MasterCard, Visa and other sites. The group of anonymous "hacktivists" that made headlines for online cyberattacks in December just released a bombshell online: a decrypted version of the same cyberworm that crippled Iran's nuclear power program. The ones and zeroes that make up the code called the Stuxnet worm -- described as the most sophisticated cyberweapon ever created -- were reportedly found when the faceless group hacked into the computers of HBGary, a U.S. security company that the anonymous collective viewed as an enemy. And the security experts FoxNews.com spoke with said the leaked code was serious cause for concern.

Everything Anonymous Anonymous || Note to journalists Attention Journalists: If you are writing a story, and have come to this website to do research, or pull a quote -- stop. slow down. read. Read the big blue highlighted section at the top of the screen: Is it a Crime? The Transgressive Politics of Hacking in Anonymous “Ain’t no such thing as halfway crooks…” -Mobb Deep, “Shook Ones,” Infamous Mobb Deep “there are so many different anonymous networks with different terms of use so i keep mixing them up” -Anonymous on Anonymous (#anonops) September 25, 2011 Joseph Menn’s September 24, 2011 Financial Times article, “They’re watching. And they can bring you down,” covers a dynamic that has received scant attention in the mainstream news: tensions within political entity referred to as Anonymous (Anon, for short).

Anonymous : We have Revolution in mind, we can change the World ! ~ The Hackers News We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us. Project Vigilant Is a Fraud 4 August 2010. Volunteer Tells about Project Vigilant Fraud: 3 August 2010. A sends Google cache of Directors and General Counsel's Office 3 August 2010 Anonymous: final boss of the Internet? - Romhack.Net, the alternative IT magazine 4chan (NSFW: not safe for work) is what is usually called an image-board, a particular type of forum that occidentals barely know. Image-boards are the evolution of BBS (bulletin board systems) that were extremely popular in Japan before the Internet really took of. As such, most image-boards tend to be centered around japanese pop-culture and art like animu and mango anime and manga and video games. The most prominent board of this kind is Futaba Channel (2chan) which is exclusively intended to a japanese-speaking audience, and 5 years ago, 4chan was born, aiming to the english-spoken counterpart of Futaba Channel.

Hackers take control of North Korea's official Twitter and Flickr accounts to brand Kim Jong Un a pig Activists from the Anonymous group are believed to be behind cyber attack Tweets on North Korea's official Twitter account said 'Hacked' Flickr page showed image of Kim as a pig with Mickey Mouse on his chest The mocked-up Wanted poster included a $1million 'bounty' on Kim By Becky Evans Published: 20:28 GMT, 4 April 2013 | Updated: 13:58 GMT, 5 April 2013 Hackers posted a picture of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un portrayed as a pig on the country's official flickr account today. The account and the official Uriminzokkiri Twitter account were apparently hacked today as tensions in the Korean Peninsula continued to rise. The North’s Uriminzokkiri Twitter and Flickr accounts stopped sending out content typical of that posted by the regime in Pyongyang, such as photos of North’s leader Kim Jong Un meeting with military officials.

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