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AnonOps

AnonOps
AnonOps (Anonymous Operations) IRC is an international communication platform frequented by Anonymous and other activists. You can join our network using your own IRC client or our webchat. Have questions or need connection help? Try FAQ or Tutorials for more information. The Heartbleed Bug and Other Nasty Stuff Unless you have been living under a rock or just recently emerged from the basement, you have heard about this bug.

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Free Love: emergency appeal for Lauri Love Courage Foundation takes Love on as emergency case, raising funds to fight extradition Lauri Love is an activist and alleged hacker from Stradishall, England, under arrest and facing potential extradition to the United States on charges of hacking into governmental agencies including the US Army, NASA and the Federal Reserve, among others. Love was first arrested on 28 October 2013, for alleged offences under the UK’s Computer Misuse Act. His house was searched and his computers were seized. The government tried to force Love to turn over his encryption keys, but Lauri refused to cooperate and was ultimately released on bail. Black fax The term black fax refers to a prank fax transmission, consisting of one or more pages entirely filled with a uniform black tone. The sender's intention is typically to consume as much of the recipient's fax ink, toner, or thermal paper as possible, thus costing the recipient money and/or denying the recipient the use of their machine (this is similar to computer-based denial of service attacks). This is made easier because the fax transmission protocols compress the solid black image very well, so a very short fax call can produce many pages. Black faxes have been used to harass large institutions or government departments, to retaliate against the senders of junk faxes, or merely as simple pranks. The basic principle of a black fax can be extended to form a black fax attack.

Air VPN - The air to breathe the real Internet No traffic limit. No time limit. Access to all of our exit-nodes. Unlimited and free servers switches. No maximum speed limit, it depends only on the server load (See here). Minimum allocated granted bandwidth: 4 Mbit/s download + 4 Mbit/s upload Anonymous targets top cops: Cabin Cr3w launches #OpPigRoast - National Anonymous Anonymous hacktivists are targeting a top cop group thought to be behind the police brutality directed against the Occupy movement. Cabin Cr3w drops dox on PERF Board of Directors, members, staff; Operation Pig Roast (#OpPigRoast) engaged. Monday, Cabin Cr3w, a faction of the international Internet hacktivist collective known as Anonymous, released private personal information belonging to PERF members, staff and Board of Directors. PERF is the Police Executive Research Forum, a private, influential, national non-governmental organization with close ties to law enforcement agencies across the country, as well as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Obfsproxy: the next step in the censorship arms race On Feb 9, Iran started to filter SSL connections on much of their network. Since the Tor protocol uses SSL, that means Tor stopped working too — even Tor with bridges, since bridges use SSL too. We've been quietly developing Obfsproxy, a new tool to make it easier to change how Tor traffic looks on the network. In late 2011 Iran moved into the #2 position in global Tor user count, and several important political events are scheduled in Iran this month and next. This situation seemed like a good time to test our new tool while also helping improve Internet freedom around the world. We started with a "Tor Obfsproxy Browser Bundle" with two test obfsproxy bridges in it, to verify that it worked in-country.

A few useful tools to help the Revolutions Oh hai all the protesters out there, we have followed closely the events and we want to provide you with some helpful hints.The revolution will not be televised, all information will be on the internet.But to get it there is one thing, to have it stay there is an entirely other thing.So here is a collection of tools and links that will help you get your message out: Contents: 1. YOUR INTERNET IS TURNED OF - WHAT NOW? Jeremy Hammond Jeremy Hammond (born January 8, 1985) is a political activist and computer hacker from Chicago. He was convicted and sentenced[1] in November 2013 to 10 years in US Federal Prison for hacking the private intelligence firm Stratfor and releasing the leaks through the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks.[2][3][4] He founded the computer security training website HackThisSite[5] in 2003.[6] Background[edit]

File Sharing News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip - Lifehacker Magnet links are not nessesarily "tracker-free". Here's and example of a magnet link from "The Piratebay" (no, it does not link to copyrighted content): magnet:? Hector Xavier Monsegur Identity[edit] Sabu was identified by Backtrace Security as Hector Montsegur [sic] on March 11, 2011 in a PDF publication named "Namshub." [9] On June 25, 2011, an anonymous pastebin post claimed to identify Sabu as Hector Xavier Monsegur,[10] a man of Puerto Rican origin.[11]

Stop the Internet Blacklist Legislation - Electronic Frontier Foundation The Internet blacklist legislation—known as PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House—invites Internet security risks, threatens online speech, and hampers Internet innovation. Urge your members of Congress to reject this Internet blacklist campaign in both its forms! Big media and its allies in Congress are billing the Internet blacklist legislation as a new way to battle online infringement. But innovation and free speech advocates know that this initiative will do little to stop infringement online. What it will do is compromise Internet security, inhibit online expression, and slow growth in the technology sector. Read More

Get Internet Access When Your Government Shuts It Down - PCWorld These days, no popular movement goes without an Internet presence of some kind, whether it's organizing on Facebook or spreading the word through Twitter. And as we've seen in Egypt, that means that your Internet connection can be the first to go. Whether you're trying to check in with your family, contact your friends, or simply spread the word, here are a few ways to build some basic network connectivity when you can't rely on your cellular or landline Internet connections.

Download "Hacktivism & The Future of Political Participation" May 10, 2006 I'm making my complete dissertation, Hacktivism and the Future of Political Participation, available for download as of today. Depending on your interests, you might want to download the complete manuscript (284 pages) or to look at selected chapters: What It's Like to Participate in Anonymous' Actions Anonymous, who have been on a week long sprint/spree to paralyze website sites like Mastercard and Paypal, are often described in the news as a "group" with "members." This is usually followed by a series of prolonged qualifications and caveats because many characteristics we usually associate with groups don't seem to apply comfortably with Anonymous: there are no leaders, anyone can seemingly join, and participants are spread across the globe, although many of them can be found on any number of Internet Relay Chat Channels where they discuss strategy, plan attacks, crack jokes, and often pose critical commentary on the unfolding events they have just engendered. Earlier this week, The Economist listened in on the IRC channels, opening a fascinating window into the order behind the seeming chaos of Anonymous and providing a sense of how the Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks are coordinated by a trusted group of Ops who leverage the labor of thousands of other contributors.

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