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Discussion in 'General political debates' started by ungovernable, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1votrFS7Ex4&feature=feedu[/video]
     
  2. punkmar77

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    Fuck Yes!!!! :ecouteurs: :ecouteurs:
     
  3. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    Was It Anonymous? I.M.F. Reports Cyberattack Led to ‘Very Major Breach’
    Saturday, 11 June 2011 15:37 | PDF | Print | E-mail
    anonymous hacked imf

    By DAVID E. SANGER and JOHN MARKOFF
    The New York Times

    WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund, still struggling to find a new leader after the arrest of its managing director last month in New York, was hit recently by what computer experts describe as a large and sophisticated cyberattack whose dimensions are still unknown.

    The fund, which manages financial crises around the world and is the repository of highly confidential information about the fiscal condition of many nations, told its staff and its board of directors about the attack on Wednesday. But it did not make a public announcement.

    Several senior officials with knowledge of the attack said it was both sophisticated and serious. “This was a very major breach,” said one official, who said that it had occurred over the last several months, even before Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the French politician who ran the fund, was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a chamber maid in a New York hotel.

    Asked about the reports of the computer attack late Friday, a spokesman for the fund, David Hawley, declined to provide details or talk about the scope or nature of the intrusion. “We are investigating an incident, and the fund is fully functional,” he said.

    Because the fund has been at the center of economic bailout programs for Portugal, Greece and Ireland — and possesses sensitive data on other countries that may be on the brink of crisis — its database contains potentially market-moving information. It also includes communications with national leaders as they negotiate, often behind the scenes, on the terms of international bailouts. Those agreements are, in the words of one fund official, “political dynamite in many countries.” It was unclear what information the attackers were able to access.

    The concern about the attack was so significant that the World Bank, an international agency focused on economic development, whose headquarters is across the street from the I.M.F. in downtown Washington, cut the computer link that allows the two institutions to share information.

    A World Bank spokesman said the step had been taken out of “an abundance of caution” until the severity and nature of the cyberattack on the I.M.F. is understood. That link enables the two institutions to share nonpublic data and conduct meetings, but users of the system say that it does not permit access to confidential financial data.

    Companies and public institutions are often hesitant to describe publicly the nature or success of attacks on their computer systems, partly for fear of providing information that would be useful to the individuals or countries mounting the efforts. Even so, Google has recently been aggressive in announcing attacks and, in one recent case, of declaring that its origin was China, an accusation the Chinese government quickly denied.

    But in the case of the I.M.F., officials declined to say where they believe the attack originated — a delicate subject because most nations are members of the fund.

    The attacks were likely to have been made possible by a technique known as “spear phishing,” in which an individual is fooled into clicking on a malicious Web link or running a program that allows open access to the recipient’s network. It is also possible that the attack was less specific, a case in which an intruder was testing the system merely to see what was available.

    The fund said that it did not believe that the intrusion into its systems was related to a sophisticated digital break-in at RSA Security that took place in March, which compromised some information that companies and governments use to control access to their most sensitive computer systems. RSA notified its clients of the loss of its data, and last month hackers attempted to use the information stolen from RSA to gain access to computers and networks at the Lockheed Martin Corporation, the nation’s largest military contractor.

    After that attack, the World Bank briefly shut down external access to its most sensitive systems, for fear that the stolen information could make it a target. But it quickly resumed its normal operations and says it has seen no evidence of any attacks.

    David E. Sanger reported from Washington, and John Markoff from San Francisco.
    A version of this article appeared in print on June 12, 2011, on page A10 of the New York edition with the headline: I.M.F. Reports Cyberattack Led to ‘Very Major Breach’.
     
  4. JoeyV

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  5. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMHxKTMAXYU&feature=feedu[/video]

    TunAnonymous News Network

    Dear leaders of the Tunisian Government,
    Dear leaders of the Tunisian police.

    Hello. We are anonymous. You know us.

    It has come to our attention that one of your police officers, Mister Samir Feriani, has been arrested and is detained because he intended to denounce the destruction of important secret archives on Ben Ali's regime.

    We, Anonymous, consider that all the truth has to be known about Ben Ali's regime. Those who have been tortured under Ben Ali want to know the truth. Their families want to know the truth. Their friends, their neighbors, their coworkers, want to know the truth. The people of Tunisia want to know the truth about Ben Ali's regime. It is your duty to respect the State archives, because the State archives are the political memory of the people of Tunisia. Your duty, your MISSION, is to protect them - not to destroy them and arrest people who try to stop you.

    We, Anonymous, consider that Mister Samir Feriani has acted in the name of transparency. If they want a better future, the people of Tunisia have to know where they come from. They have to know why they are poor and anxious. They have to know every detail of Ben Ali's system of fear, economical rape, and voyeur censorship. They want to know why they have suffered and why they still suffer.

    A very respectable and influent international NGO, Human Rights Watch, has declared that you have to free Samir Feriani immediately. We, Anonymous, agree with Human Rights Watch, and we join the campaign: we propose that, in order to prove that you want to protect fundamental rights in Tunisia, you free Mister Samir Feriani today. Please realize that more and more associations, groups and activists will join Human Rights Watch and Anonymous in the next days if you do not follow our advice.

    You know us.
    We are Anonymous.
    We are legion.
    We do not forgive.
    We do not forget.
    Expect us.
     
  6. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTQvEQVv_WM[/video]

    http://www.whatistheplan.forumotion.com
    Become a member and join us as we initiate a movement for real change.

    "The Plan" 1 year. 3 phases. A world of change.
    Share this message with everyone you can.

    PHASE 1: Better yourself. Spread the message. Be the message.

    *Educate yourself on the depths of the system, the functions put it place to inhibit true freedom as well as the mechanisms within the system that motivate the masses to subconsciously accept giving up those freedoms. The structures within the system that promote division within the people of the countries of this world and the injustices that are placed upon the people.

    *Spread the message. Share this video and the website with everyone you can. Make your own videos, songs, art, graffiti etc... spreading the word that we are here, the movement is taking hold. Expect us.

    *Learn ways that will allow you to break free from the system. Start small and implement them in your daily lives. This will be implemented as a focus of Phase 2 as well, escalating what you have learned.

    *ANON hackers - begin supporting the movement. This is a calling to all of you for the aid of this movement. Low-priority targets are your engagement. Assist with the movement and spread the message of "The Plan".

    The resistance is here.
    Expect us.
     
  7. JoeyV

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    Anonymous is everywhere.
    So we say.
    Let's show the public Anonymous.
    Lets take a day out of our week and make Anonymous
    apart of the average persons daily life.
    Out on our street corners.
    In front of our markets.
    In parking lots.
    Anywhere.
    I'm sure trouble will find most of us.
    But we out of all people should know
    People Should Not Be Afraid Of Their Governments,
    Goverments Should Be Afraid Of Their People.
    We Are Anonymous.
    We Are Everywhere.
    We Are Nowhere.


    http://www.facebook.com/mobileprotectio ... 3543547619
     
  8. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcSTF352cEc&feature=player_embedded#at=264[/video]
     
  9. MagoxVx

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    So the thing is becoming more serious... think that i like this.
    Did'nt read all of the texts but made an idea of what they are doing and are, remembered fight club

    lol

    but punchs
     
  10. JoeyV

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    It is not becoming serious.
    It is serious.
     
  11. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p9-3km0MjI&feature=player_embedded[/video]
    Greetings Government of Tunisia

    Over the past few months you've ignored demands from Anonymous to withdraw from your quest for internet censorship, despite many attacks from Anonymous. With recent events, more and more have joined Anonymous, only to prove that for each fallen Anon, there are many. In the heights of Anti seck, people from all over the world will join united against corrupt governments throughout the world. Including ,you ,Government of Tunisia, and fight for the truth. We will not stop until internet censorship is a word in the history books. We believe freedom of speech and freedom of knowledge is a basic human right.We are Anonymous, We are Lulz Seck, We are People from around the world who are stepping in the name of freedom. For in the choice between continued slavery and freedom there simply can be no choice.

    We are anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive censorship.

    We do not forget corruption. You should have expected us by now.
     
  12. MagoxVx

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    i intented to say "but with punchs"

    so JoeyV

    I'm not saying that this, Anonymous, is a waste of time, but 've read more than one time things like "Anonymus is just a group of kids". Think that in this forun have something like it too. And to speak openly, i have a doutb about actvis on the internet. For sure hackers can make good things against the structures of capitalism 'n hegemony, but something bothers me... all hackativist that i knew were "megalomaniacs". I don't think that we disagree about Anonymous and its role... i've just said that i did'nt knew it was so serious.

    Answer 2 - "Why so serious?"
     
  13. JoeyV

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    While Lulz Sec’s dissolution is still making news, cyber-attack group Anonymous has reportedly posted anti-cyber terrorism training documents related to United States (U.S) government online. According to ABC, the file appears to come from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and relates to the Cyber Terrorism Defense Initiative Training program. The leaked documents contain various attack tools, anti-attack tools, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) bureau addresses, letters requesting user information from Internet Service Providers (ISPs), security and attack resources. Other perpetrators of crime could misuse the disclosed information for launching more sophisticated attacks. The group has also reportedly claimed access to 40 terabytes of internal information regarding an undisclosed company. The group’s following base seems to have increased after the Lulz Sec’s exit, which urged continuance of the ‘Anti Sec’ campaign. Some reports suggest that Lulz Sec members have joined Anonymous. As such, it is apparent that cyber-attacks will continue to haunt government and corporate bodies. Rival cyber-attack groups allegedly threatened to exposed details of Lulz Sec, which attracted lot of attention through attacks on high profile targets. The arrest of a teenager alleged to be an associate of Lulz Sec in United Kingdom (U.K) did not help either.
     
  14. JoeyV

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    I dont not know how you came up with that whole responce from my reply lol
    I was just simply stating that Anonymous has become something big already.

    On that note, one person cannot present him/herself as the whole.
    It would be silly to judge a whole group of people off of one person.
    Secondly, Are you asking why so serious?
    If so it is because just like many others I care about the course in my life
    Anonymous has had a big effect internationally including me.
    It takes some time to understand Anonymous fully.

    A month or so ago, there where troubles.
    People were calling it a "Civil War" "within" Anonymous.
    To me it seemed like everything was going to fall apart.
    But it just had seemed to fade away.
    So my edvise to you or to anyone reading this, Do not see Anonymous as a group but as an idea.
    Once you come to that understanding then you will truely realize and understand the saying "ideas are bulletproof"
     
  15. MagoxVx

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    The answer 2 was a quotation, from the newest Batman film.
     
  16. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDuo4ZPRHnE[/video]

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzxjJ2sb4zM&feature=youtu.be[/video]

    #OpOrlando FB Page:http://www.facebook.com/op.orlando?sk=wall
     
  17. JoeyV

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    Grab Your Mask We March Every Saturday From Now On Starting July 2nd. Also In Support Of #OpESR On the 14th!

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=165183543547619



    Anonymous demand Ben Bernanke to step down as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States. ...

    ... And have launched the plan - War on the System.......


    #OpESR [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgE0NknFnNQ&feature=player_embedded[/video]
     
  18. JoeyV

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_ZjPXDLjhU&feature=player_embedded[/video]
     
  19. JoeyV

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    Early Tuesday, the AntiSec Anonymous cell posted several sets of government files, and promised more later in the day. Files it posted online appeared to include passwords for several sites associated with the Brazilian government as well as contents of databases belonging to the governments of Australia, Anguilla and Zimbabwe. It also posted what it said were 2,800 names of members of the right-wing Columbian Black Eagles Special Police Unit.

    The files appeared to be associated with the government’s Web portal. The group also claimed to have exposed a set of e-mail credentials. Anonymous has a history of opposing the Mugabe regime and focusing on sites affiliated with it for denial-of-service attacks and defacements.

    Anonymous operations arm said in a blog post Tuesday that it planned to focus on Israeli government sites with denial-of-service attacks, which are attacks designed to flood sites with traffic until they are unavailable. No attacks have been detected so far, according to the security firm Arbor Networks.
     
  20. JoeyV

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    Laugh out loud: Hacker group Anonymous have hacked into Mosman council. Source: The Daily Telegraph

    AUSTRALIAN banks are on alert after Anonymous warned it was planning on "sailing to Australia" by hacking into ... Mosman Municipal Council.

    After a spate of high profile worldwide attacks on companies such as Sony, Bank of America as well as the CIA's public website, the group bizarrely chose to hack the councils yesterday.

    The council's IT manager Kevin Nonweiler said while the attack was confusing, it was also a waste of time.

    "At this stage we're still investigating, but the information we received was that it was the group Anonymous." Mr Nonweiler said.

    "We're not sure if they left anything behind but we believe at this point that they didn't inject anything back into our system.

    "They went to a lot of effort to hack what was already publicly available," he added.

    The Council confirmed four website databases were leaked with the group posting a link on Twitter that allowed anyone download a file containing council information.

    Known for their irreverence and a fondness for naval metaphors, the group last week declared war on all governments and banks, marking the start of what they dubbed "Operation Anti-Security."

    Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers Association Steven Munchenberg said banks were aware of the threat but had put adequate measures in place to bolster their security.

    "Bank customers should not be concerned because banks are constantly monitoring for any IT security risks." Mr Munchenberg said.

    "Security and protection of customers' funds are the bedrock of any banking business, so protection and prevention against threats of attack are issues with which banks are accustomed to dealing."

    On June 25, fellow hackers LulzSec tweeted their hacking spree had come to an end.

    "Our planned 50-day cruise has expired and we must now sail into the distance, leaving behind - we hope - inspiration, fear, denial, happiness, approval, disapproval, mockery, embarrassment, thoughtfulness, jealousy, hate, even love."

    A tweet from Anonymous shortly after LulzSec's "retirement" mentioned all LulzSec members were accounted for, suggesting the groups had banded together and hadn't gone into hiding.

    A tweet from the group read: "Yes, my fellows. We may be not quite as funny, but we can assure you: We sail in the same spirit. LulzSec = Anonymous."

    Head of Sophos technology head Paul Duckin compared the international hackers to a "bully in the school yard".

    "My understanding of the group as a whole that they go and embarrass people." Mr Duckin said.

    "They retrieved four databases from a small community council which consisted of web pages which had already been on a public website. Really brave of them." he added.

    "If people are worried about what anonymous could do to the banks, the banks are fighting pretty strongly simply as it is.

    "Yes, it's a little concerning, but these guys are just bullies who only talk about their succesful hacks and not the ones where they fail."
     
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