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Originally posted by PokeyJoe
Does anyone have any knowledge of any of our secret networks ever getting hacked? I am just curious, as I doubt that it could ever really happen without some inside help.....if it has happened, I have never heard of it in my 6 plus years working with them on a daily basis.
Originally posted by CINY8
Interesting that "11" South Korean sites were attacked and "11" US Sites were attacked - 7/4/2009 = 11:11 too. Makes me wonder if North Korea is really behind these attacks.
Originally posted by SR
Or it's all apart of the inside plan to false flag an operation so they can enforce the Cyber Act 2009 and expand it's powers so you guys in the USA lose your free internet.
The EU is already rolling out the internet tax on state at a time so it's more likely than you think that something big is going on in the west to try and take control the internet from the people.
Originally posted by Rockstar1102
1. It was actually N.Korea as a front and lil kimmy over there is continuing to press buttons until we engage him.
2. It's a false flag op with other intentions. Like many threads before have said, TPTB could could benefit in NUMEROUS ways from this and with the world looking in so many directions right now, I think this is more likely.
I highly doubt, that they could regulate the internet without upsetting people.
(4th LD) Hackers make new attacks on seven additional targets (ATTN: CHANGES headline, lead; INSERTS paras 2,16 & 17) SEOUL, July 8 (Yonhap) -- All but three of the 26 major Web sites that had been attacked by unidentified hackers had normalized operations Wednesday, but hackers renewed their attacks on seven other sites, including AhnLab Inc., which provides computer virus vaccine and online security services, according to cyber security officials. An official at the Broadcasting and Communications Committee said 23 sites -- excluding the ministries of defense and foreign affairs and the Chosun Ilbo newspaper -- were running smoothly as of Wednesday evening. However, seven other sites, including NAVER PC Green, Paran.com and two commercial banks, were having difficulties due to attacks of the "Zombie PC" virus.
The powerful attack that overwhelmed computers at U.S. and South Korean government agencies for days was even broader than realized, also targeting the White House, the Pentagon and the New York Stock Exchange
Originally posted by bl4ke360
This kind of thing needs to be done to the MSM.