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#OpNewblood – Anonymous is Recruiting AnonHQ. Anonymous Over the years computers have become a part of our daily modern existence.

#OpNewblood – Anonymous is Recruiting AnonHQ

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. With a fear that people can exploit those vulnerabilities and alter the information for various reasons – Hacker – was the title crowned to those individuals who could manipulate electronic information systems, and as time passed the term hacker got a bad reputation. 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. and we are no one.

Link: Anonymous Security Advice AnonHQ. Anonymous At the very least if you are going to interact with Anonymous you need to have a VPN.

Anonymous Security Advice AnonHQ

This should literally be step 1: What is a VPN: A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a network technology that creates a secure network connection over a public network such as the Internet or a private network owned by a service provider. So what does this mean? To put it most simply if someone tries to log your IP, this person will see the IP of your VPN service provider protecting your personal computer. 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.

8 Most Awesome Hacks Conducted By Anonymous Hackers

News about their existence first became public on social media, with members shown flaunting Guy Fawkes masks. Anonymous answers frequently asked questions (about Anonymous) on AnonHQ.com. This isn’t very anonymous of Anonymous.

Anonymous answers frequently asked questions (about Anonymous) on AnonHQ.com

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. WATCH: stirring call for networked, global resistance to catastrophe and corr... Hand-colorized Munsters credit-roll Zach Smothers hand-colored all 1,300 frames from the opening credit roll of The Munsters, doing a beautiful job that balances the palette of the later color episodes and the classic EC/Haunted Mansion horror-colors. Get PMP certified with the Premier Project Management bundle and save 96% Companies are constantly looking for rockstar project managers to help keep their goals afloat–and they pay big for it too.

Find your way to a new career or high-paying job by getting the certification to prove your project management skills! Increase your employability and boost your salary with 5 Courses (120+ Hours) of premium instruction with […] 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 Hacktivist Encyclopedia: Enemies of Anonymous, From ISIS to the KKK

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. Hacker Outs Himself as FBI ‘Snitch’ and Claims He Helped Track Down ISIS.

(Image: Graphic Compressor/Shutterstock) A hacker who in the past gained notoriety for hacking the Anonymous pseudo-official Twitter accounts, now claims he served as an FBI informant and helped the US government track down the hacker turned ISIS fighter Junaid Hussain. “5hm00p,” a well-known troll, hacker, and member of the trolling and hacking collective Rustle League, identified himself over the weekend as an FBI “snitch,” as he put it.

Hacker Outs Himself as FBI ‘Snitch’ and Claims He Helped Track Down ISIS

“What the fuck have I done,” he tweeted cryptically early Sunday morning. Then, more than 15 hours later, he began tweeting at the FBI Twitter account, with some tweets clearly written in anguish.

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How To Make a Ninja Mask with a T Shirt - Kage Ninja Gear. Anonymous Has Changed the Way We Think About Anonymity. For Guy Fawkes Day on November 5, author Gabriella Coleman published a new chapter to her book, Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy, on the state of Anonymous, its use of doxxing, and accountability.

Anonymous Has Changed the Way We Think About Anonymity

We've reprinted an excerpt of the chapter here with the permission of Verso Books. More than any other political movement, past or present, Anonymous provides the ideal case study through which to probe the workings, benefits, contradictions, and limitations of applied anonymity-in-action. And as this privacy movement coalesces, I have observed a distinct tension among those who believe in anonymity as a politically useful tool.

The Most Controversial Hacking Cases of the Past Decade. The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the law that’s been at the heart of almost every controversial hacking case of the past decade, is in the news again this month.

The Most Controversial Hacking Cases of the Past Decade

Prosecutors recently used the law to convict journalist Matthew Keys on felony hacking charges, drawing rounds of condemnation on the web. Edward Snowden, for one, derided the harsh penalty Keys now faces—a maximum possible sentence of 25 years. But charging Keys with felonies for his role in a crime that critics say should have been considered a misdemeanor—the minor defacement of a Los Angeles Times article—is not an anomaly for the feds. It’s just one among a growing list of contentious cases that critics say illustrate how prosecutors have been overstepping in their use of the CFAA.

The government first used the federal anti-hacking statute in 1989, three years after its enactment, to indict Robert Morris, Jr., son of the then-chief scientist at the NSA’s National Computer Security Center. Aaron Swartz. Glenn Greenwald: Internet Is Front Line In Battle Between Freedom And Tyranny. ProxyHam can transmit a Wi-Fi signal up to 2.5 miles away. Next month during the Def Con hacker conference in Las Vegas, security researcher Ben Caudill will unveil a potentially game changing device called a ProxyHam.

ProxyHam can transmit a Wi-Fi signal up to 2.5 miles away

Without question, the promise of ProxyHam should leave proponents of Internet privacy and anonymity beyond excited. By relying upon a 900 MHz radio connection, Caudill’s device effectively serves as a long-distance Wi-Fi router. Specifically, the ProxyHam can transmit a Wi-Fi connection up to a distance of 2.5 miles in ideal conditions. As a result, even in scenarios where authorities manage to track down a target’s Internet connection, they might arrive on the scene (presumably a location with public w-fi access) only to find a ProxyHam device transmitting a low level signal perhaps thousands of feet away in any direction.

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Do Riots Work? Justin King March 24, 2015 (TFC) Ferguson, Missouri — After a cop killed an unarmed teenager, riots broke out.

Do Riots Work?

#Sabu Week: Meet Sabu, Most Hated Man in #Anonymous. Sabu Anonymous by AnonOpsOficial on Twitter Hector Xavier Monsegur aka Sabu is unquestionably the most widely loathed person in or of the Anonymous hive, thanks to his work as a long-running informant for the FBI, work which resulted in a preponderance of his LulzSec and AntiSec crewmembers serving time as guests of Her Majesty or The President.

The resulting fallout spawned what prominent Anonymous attorney Jay Leiderman has coined, “The Sabu Effect,” which splits apart former colleagues within the collective, casting a shadow of paranoia over those once counted as friends, and increasing the likelihood that someone will turn rat, simply because they are so certain that someone else will. Sabu did, and Sabu, everybody knows, was a badass.

The men in suits came calling at Apartment 6F at 90 Avenue D, his apartment in the Jacob Riis projects on June 7, 2011.

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