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Thousands Of Aussie Websites Exposed In Hack Attack

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posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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Originally posted by gps777

The way I`m starting to picture this is the TPTB needs greater control over the internet before they bring in their next big step,the internet can be used as too much of a weapon of uniting people in a common cause.If governments have greater control over it,it will silence websites and people and make those who fight against a NWO one world government scenario easier to find and deal with lawfully.

Anon is making or helping this happen imo.



i think the world is in for a surprise very soon.

TPTB may decide to use the Stutnex virus that can devastate a power grid, a water system, and just about anything else that is computer dependent !

the Stutnex virus can actually disable mechanical devices that are computer controlled.

and we don't even know if there are more powerful viruses ....

the militaries are very busy testing these things.



www.globalresearch.ca...

Social Media: Air Force ordered software to manage army of Fake Virtual People

Government involvement

Eerie as that may be, more perplexing, however, is a federal contract (PDF) from the 6th Contracting Squadron at MacDill Air Force Base, located south of Tampa, Florida, that solicits providers of "persona management software."

Update: The contract has since been taken off FBO.gov. The link above has been updated.

While there are certainly legitimate applications for such software, such as managing multiple "official" social media accounts from a single input, the more nefarious potential is clear.


Anon, lulz and other outfits are behind the all the scare tactics and are very active in the testing phases !

other companies are involved that have not been made visible yet.

they are backed by large financial concerns who are agents for TPTB.

these small hacks are just practice.

IMO, hope i am wrong.




posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 09:12 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
there is an interesting point of view over here;



www.protoplasmictraveler.net...

Lulz Security is in collusion with the FBI and Federal
Agencies to advocate Net Neutrality. This will become
very obvious as this thread develops. This is the same
objective as the Billionaire George Soros.


names are named and companies are tied together.

have a look.



Will do, that is a comprehensive article, good ole boon!



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 10:08 AM
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In regard to searching more on this site and organisation, there is a fantastic web resource i use quite abit for checking up on domains etc.

Robtex.com


I read a previous reply that linked TPB account to Sony, but at that same time people are claiming it is linked to the FBI



So anyways this is the information i got from robtex about lulzsecurity.com -





Lulz Security® (LulzSec), the world's leaders in high-quality ... ,Lulz Security® (LulzSec), the world's leaders in high-quality entertainment at your expense
LulzSec is a team of entertainment and security experts that specialise in the
production of malicious comedic cybermaterials.
Tweet:hahaha t.co...
/donate/ Lulz Security® (LulzSec) donate
LulzSec is a team of entertainment and security experts that specialise in the
production of malicious comedic cybermaterials.

 



Date Registered: 2011-6-1
Date Modified: 2011-6-3
Expiry Date: 2012-6-1


 



Registrant
Private Whois Service
Private Whois Service @oqjij874d9300d54bd95.privatewhois.net
*******PLEASE DO NOT SEND LETTERS******
****Contact the owner by email only****
c/o lulzsecurity.com
N4892 Nassau
Bahamas

 








 






If anyone wants to look for themselves here is the main summary link for that domain -

www.robtex.com...


Just use the tabs to navigate different information about the domain. This site is a great resource but i did notice with this particular domain and registrar it is missing alot of information in regards to whois and contact info.



Oh and i loved the music intro on thier actual website lmao - ''The Love Boat'' theme song.


lulzsecurity.com...


Wow just have a look at some thier ''releases'' -







17/06/11
•1000th tweet press release | http
16/06/11
•62,000 random logins | http
13/06/11
•Senate.gov internal data | http
•Bethesda internal data press release | http | torrent
•Bethesda internal data | http | torrent
10/06/11
•Pron.com user database | http
06/06/11
•Sownage™ 2 press release | http | torrent
•Scedev.net source code | http | torrent
•Sony BMG internal network maps | http | torrent
03/06/11
•# FBI Friday™ press release | http | torrent
•Infragard Atlanta users database | http | torrent
•Karim dox | http | torrent
•Karim IRC log | http | torrent
•Karim emails | torrent
•Nintendo.com webserver configuration | http
•Unveillance secret conference | http
02/06/11
•Sownage™ press release | http | torrent
•Sownage™ summary | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com AutoTrader users database | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com Summer of Restless Beauty users database | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com Sony Wonder coupons database | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com Sony Wonder music codes database | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com Seinfeld Del Boca Vista database | http | torrent
•Sonypictures.com database tables | http | torrent
•Sonybmg.nl partners & admins database, + layout | http | torrent
•Sonybmg.be users database | http | torrent
30/05/11
•PBS.org defacement (pbs.org/lulz) snapshot | http
•PBS.org defacement (fake Tupac article) snapshot | http
•PBS.org internal hosts | http
•PBS.org database list | http
•PBS.org staffers database | http
•PBS.org authors database | http
•PBS.org pressroom users database | http
•PBS.org stations database | http
•PBS.org MySQL users database | http


23/05/11
•Sonymusic.co.jp database | http
15/05/11
•UK ATM database | http


10/05/11
•Fox.com innerworkings | http
•Fox.com/sales database (SQL) | http
•Fox.com/sales database (txt) | http
•Fox.com/sales database cracked passwords | http


07/05/11
•X Factor contestants database (SQL) | http | torrent
•X Factor contestants database (txt) | http | torrent

Releases Link








Also some of their youtube media....





Youtube Channel








We'll take a look at the new hacker group Lulzsec. Their logo is a combination of a "rage face" and the monopoly guy, and on their website they seem to try to portray themselves as a playful group. Lulzsec also made a pass at the already battered Sony, attacking three of their websites, for once again leaving all of their consumer data unencrypted. And hacked Nintendo's website, however this attack didn't affect any user data, and the group says it was a warm-up for its big hit, FBI-affiliated sites.




Finally on this long post....


Is this a reply from Anon or just an angry copy-cat...


[Disclaimer - The below clip contains strong language]







Uploaded by Anonymous7154 on Jun 12, 2011

u gus **ing plantd my dad email in that porn bull** of urs. my mom is pissed and you gus ruined my hole **ing family!!! ***k you!





edit on 17-6-2011 by Havick007 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 10:58 AM
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I also found this on an obscure Youtube Channel that seems to be realted to lulz -





LulzSec goes on hacking rampage for Lolz
From: NMAWorldEdition | Jun 16, 2011 | 137,779 views

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www.nma.tv...
Out of the swamp that is 4 chan, two groups of hackers emerged. The first, anonymous, practised hacktivism, using DDoS attacks against numerous targets such as Iran, the Church of Scientology and Amazon.com.

Lulzsec, on the other hand, are pranksters happy just to take down random sites for lulz. Lulzsec has been on the rampage, taking down the CIA website to win a twitter flame war while picking another fight with 4chan despite past associations.

4chan users are out to take down Lulzsec any way they can. Will the hackers of Lulzsec be applying their computer skills elsewhere soon?


lulzcrafter channel




To add there was this strange clip -





I dont quite know what to make of it, it just seems like another hacking org - originally called lolz ( league of Legendz )



To top it all off and confirm what is actually happening at the moment on the internet underground -






The Internet underground has erupted in civil war, with hacker groups LulzSec and Anonymous facing off in a DDoS battle. Oh, and your most precious online accounts might also be at risk. Just FYI...





The rascally hackers of Lulz Security have unleashed pure havoc on the entire Internet today with the release of 62,000 email-password combos that serve as the login credentials for, well, we’re not exactly sure — the group, better known as LulzSec, won’t say explicitly. But so far Twitter users have reported hacked Gmail, PayPal, Facebook, Hotmail and Twitter accounts related to the stolen data, so it appears that nothing’s safe if you’re unlucky enough to have made the list.

In addition to the leak, LulzSec has begun to take shots at an unlikely target: 4Chan.org and its infamous /b/ message board. 4Chan is famously the original home of another hacker group, Anonymous, and is the source of a wide variety of popular Internet memes, like LolCats and Rick Rolling.



Digital Trends Article






Seems like there is underground hacker war or competition going on



Also this is the first i have heard of Anon being linked to the 4chan.org imageboard...







edit on 17-6-2011 by Havick007 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 11:31 AM
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and here is some more Government "interventions"




US Government financing 'internet in a box' suitcase to help dissidents avoid censors, newspaper reports

www.news.com.au... -1226073989789

THE US Government is reportedly financing the development of "shadow" internet systems to enable dissidents abroad to get around government censors.




U.S. Underwrites Internet Detour Around Censors

www.nytimes.com...

Some projects involve technology that the United States is developing; others pull together tools that have already been created by hackers in a so-called liberation-technology movement sweeping the globe.

The State Department, for example, is financing the creation of stealth wireless networks that would enable activists to communicate outside the reach of governments in countries like Iran, Syria and Libya, according to participants in the projects.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 01:01 PM
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I don't have any real concrete data to back this up but it seems to me like its an inside job from the gov't to regulate the internet. As some would call it, a false flag to set their agenda forward by using a secretive hacker organization to do their dirty work and have no ties that bind one organization to the other.... That is just my observation and I could be wrong but i really doubt it. If there is somebody that gets caught it'll be a patsy to make it seem real. thats my two cents



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by agentblue
I don't have any real concrete data to back this up but it seems to me like its an inside job from the gov't to regulate the internet. As some would call it, a false flag to set their agenda forward by using a secretive hacker organization to do their dirty work and have no ties that bind one organization to the other.... That is just my observation and I could be wrong but i really doubt it. If there is somebody that gets caught it'll be a patsy to make it seem real. thats my two cents


in the U.S.

the "target" is the US Congress.....

net neutrality laws

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 01:51 PM
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A nice way to introduce total Internet control indeed, I wonder who's pay roll they are on. I have been wondering how the various governments would introduce tighter www control and this looks just dandy. 1 for the powers to be 0 for the sheep.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 02:38 PM
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It would be funny if Anon targeted LulzSec next



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 04:31 PM
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Well there you go, the logins are on the LS site under their releases, so I guess it was an LS hack after all. I don't think this necessarily rules out LS being a govt op and this all being a false flag, but I think it's worth quoting part of their 1000th tweet press release, since it's relevant to this discussion:


While we've gained many, many supporters, we do have a mass of enemies, albeit mainly gamers. The main anti-LulzSec argument suggests that we're going to bring down more Internet laws by continuing our public shenanigans, and that our actions are causing clowns with pens to write new rules for you. But what if we just hadn't released anything? What if we were silent? That would mean we would be secretly inside FBI affiliates right now, inside PBS, inside Sony... watching... abusing...

Do you think every hacker announces everything they've hacked? We certainly haven't, and we're damn sure others are playing the silent game. Do you feel safe with your Facebook accounts, your Google Mail accounts, your Skype accounts? What makes you think a hacker isn't silently sitting inside all of these right now, sniping out individual people, or perhaps selling them off? You are a peon to these people. A toy. A string of characters with a value.

This is what you should be fearful of, not us releasing things publicly, but the fact that someone hasn't released something publicly. We're sitting on 200,000 Brink users right now that we never gave out. It might make you feel safe knowing we told you, so that Brink users may change their passwords. What if we hadn't told you? No one would be aware of this theft, and we'd have a fresh 200,000 peons to abuse, completely unaware of a breach.


lulzsecurity.com...

EDIT: For those still thinking there's some kind of anon vs lulzsec war goin on, from their tweets:


YourAnonNews Anonymous (retweeted) by LulzSec
We are NOT at war with @LulzSec #MediaFags
5 hours ago

LulzSec The Lulz Boat
Saying we're attacking Anonymous because we taunted /b/ is like saying we're going to war with America because we stomped on a cheeseburger.
6 hours ago


As entertaining as the LS twitter feed is to read, I'd suggest ATSers are cautious about following or tweeting to them. I was considering following them, until I saw this on the Arstechnica post about their new press release/manifesto:


Such public admissions can invite a quick backlash. After LuzSec retweeted TheDancingMilk's comments, he wrote, "So getting your tweet re-tweeted by @LulzSec automatically makes people DOX you. How fun." ("Dox" refers to publicly posting someone's identifying information; it's usually followed by harassment. Admitting to computer crimes on Twitter, though, may well invite a more private form of "doxing" from the police.)


Source: arstechnica.com...
edit on 17-6-2011 by TheStev because: Forgot to post link for source



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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big hmmmmmmmmmm,,,

"A fire that broke out at a Puget Sound Energy electrical substation in Redmond on Thursday has caused major power outages across the Eastside, including Kirkland. A PSE spokesperson said a fire broke out after noon in the 9800 block of Willows Road in Redmond. PSE officials are waiting for more information on the outages and the cause of the fire. Shortly after the fire broke out, employees at the Willow Creek Corporate Center were standing outside in the parking lot, looking up at the huge black plume against white clouds. "The power went out quickly and then it came back on and then went out immediately," said Trevor Johnson, an employee at Microsoft Corp., which was evacuated following the power outage. Kim Haines, also a Microsoft employee, said she was working on deadline on a big project when the power went out."So this is really impacting our work day," she added. Meanwhile, Andrew Hassard, vice president of Service Communications, Inc., was walking back to his office alongside of Willows Road, which was backed up for miles in both directions. He said his office shut down the servers and he headed over to the substation to check out the scene. "I wandered down there and told everyone they can go ahead and go home," said Hassard after he saw the fire and took a photo of it using his iphone from 100 feet away. "We're going to be out of power for quite some time." Kirkland residents are also reporting power outages in downtown Kirkland. There are also reports of power outages in Redmond, Medina, Bellevue and Woodinville."


hmmmmm,,,



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by TheStev

EDIT: For those still thinking there's some kind of anon vs lulzsec war goin on, from their tweets:


YourAnonNews Anonymous (retweeted) by LulzSec
We are NOT at war with @LulzSec #MediaFags
5 hours ago

LulzSec The Lulz Boat
Saying we're attacking Anonymous because we taunted /b/ is like saying we're going to war with America because we stomped on a cheeseburger.
6 hours ago


As entertaining as the LS twitter feed is to read, I'd suggest ATSers are cautious about following or tweeting to them. I was considering following them, until I saw this on the Arstechnica post about their new press release/manifesto:


Such public admissions can invite a quick backlash. After LuzSec retweeted TheDancingMilk's comments, he wrote, "So getting your tweet re-tweeted by @LulzSec automatically makes people DOX you. How fun." ("Dox" refers to publicly posting someone's identifying information; it's usually followed by harassment. Admitting to computer crimes on Twitter, though, may well invite a more private form of "doxing" from the police.)


Source: arstechnica.com...


Thanks for the edit,
And also thanks for the heads up.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by gps777

Originally posted by guessing
I say down with the internet and
go back to hand writing letters and waiting for things



The way I`m starting to picture this is the TPTB needs greater control over the internet before they bring in their next big step,the internet can be used as too much of a weapon of uniting people in a common cause.If governments have greater control over it,it will silence websites and people and make those who fight against a NWO one world government scenario easier to find and deal with lawfully.

Anon is making or helping this happen imo.


When there is no internet and people 'united' actually have to go and talk to their neighbour about 're-uniting' on a physical level, most will fail.

whatever the catalyst may be, wether ANON or the like, it does not matter, the end result is that unhealthy people will perish.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Oh, and thats an really superb example of whats to come.
Think think, like you say what will happen when people are without power from hacking?

What about hospitals, care homes, and clinics? No power?

I would give you a hundred stars for that if I could!



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 11:02 PM
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First of all, there is no real outbreak of hacking. None of this is new. It's just that, for some reason, the media has decided to get on the bandwagon, and now not a day goes by without some sort of hacking story. And, of course, we have to have our hacking "bad guys." This means Anonymous, 4Chan, LulzRaft and LulzSec, among others. You can go into the sociology of these groups on your own time. You can research hacktivism and Lulz for starters.

From my perspective, the only reason the media is all over this is because there are group names attached to various attacks and this makes it easier to write a story. The fact is the hacking scene with many of the exact same players goes back decades. It's just that nobody was paying attention www.pcmag.com...


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posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 06:01 AM
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....First of all, there is no real outbreak of hacking. None of this is new. It's just that, for some reason, the media has decided to get on the bandwagon, and now not a day goes by without some sort of hacking story.....



Same old, same old...

First CAUSE the problem and then offer a solution that strips away more of our freedom and another set of blocks is added to our prison.

The MSM is OWNED by the banksters (JP Morgan) and used as their propaganda machine to manipulate the public in to demanding Congress "Save them"


When it was decided to take over the food supply, the WTO-Agreement on Ag was ratified in 1995. HACCP was then put in place in 1996 handing control of food inspection over to the Ag Cartel and government food testing labs were shut down.

In 1996 the total number of reported food borne illnesses (Center for Disease Control) was 477, in 1998 it was 1314, in 1999 - 1343, and by 2000 it had risen to 1417. Almost triple the amount of illness seen BEFORE the World Trade Organization opened the borders to importing food without inspection and the international HACCP protocol was implemented.

According to the World Trade Organization:

..Measures to trace animals...to provide assurances on...safety ...have been incorporated into international standards... The Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary [SPS] Measures...Aims to ensure THAT GOVERNMENTS DO NOT USE QUARANTINE AND FOOD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS as UNJUSTIFIED TRADE BARRIERS... It provides Member countries with a right to implement traceability as an SPS measure..."


SHIELDING THE GIANTS details the history of the cover-up of food borne diseases caused by the big corporations this despite congressional investigations: www.whistleblower.org...

Now the target is the internet. I will predict we will see more and more "hacking" aimed at the "common people"

Just yesterday I heard on the radio where a bank (Citi???) was hacked and lots of financial info was compromised.

Interesting that it is now independent hackers in the news, but then CHINA is now our "friend" and "terrorists" are homegrown


This from three years ago:

China mounts cyber attacks on Indian sites


“...Over the past one and a half years, China has mounted almost daily attacks on Indian computer networks, , showing its intent and capability....Exactly a year ago, Indian computer security experts got a glimpse of what could happen when a targeted attack against Estonia shut that country down — it was done by one million computers from different parts of the world — and many of them were from India! That, officials said, was executed by cyber terrorists from Russia, who are deemed to be more deadlier.

The point that officials are making is that there are internal networks in India that are controlled from outside — a sort of cyberspace fifth column. Hence, the need for a more aggressive strategy. ..”

timesofindia.indiatimes.com...



“...Chinese hackers claim to have broken into Pentagon's system....they say they are sometimes paid secretly by the Chinese government -- a claim the Beijing government denies.
"They would not publicize this," he says of someone who hacks the U.S. Defense Department. "It is very sensitive."
This week, the Pentagon said computer networks in the United States, Germany, Britain and France were hit last year by what they call "multiple intrusions," many of them originating from China.
At a congressional hearing in Washington last week, administration officials testified that the government's cyber initiative has fallen far short of what is required. Most alarming, the officials said, there has never been a full damage assessment of federal agency networks....”

Source: www.cnn.com...

So tell me Congress, HOW the heck are restrictions on ME going to protect the USA from ATTACKS by CHINA????



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