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Originally posted by Jeanius
CIA hackers launch another fake attack on themselves and blame it on a group called "anonymous".
Soon to be web security act strengthened by this "act of defiance" which will be answered by laws and china like internet.
I love how israel shows up as spelled wrong if you don't capitalize it, but china firefox doesn't care seem to care as much about. lol
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by boondock-saint
i support no one but my fellow man. that would include you, my friend.
But i will not cower, nor will I wring my hands. I have loyalty to myself, and to humanity. Anything else is guaranteed to meet my vengeance.
Originally posted by BarmyBilly
reply to post by purplemer
Why does everyone think this is the CIA i mean EVERYTHING that goes in favour of the people has to be the CIA.
Lulzec and anonymous are genuine.edit on 20/6/2011 by BarmyBilly because: (no reason given)
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A serial graffiti artist is tagging local beaches.
People living near Mission Beach say the unusual graffiti first appeared last week on the boardwalk.
It was quickly painted over, but the stenciled words (Antisec - poster) were back Monday morning. It's unclear what the words mean.
Lifeguards say they haven't received any formal complaints.
Anyone with information should call police.
Good grief, how hard is it to figure out what this means. Are these people actually paid journalists?
LulzSec The Lulz Boat
Our next step is to categorize and format leaked items we acquire and release them in #AntiSec "payloads" on our website and The Pirate Bay.
11 minutes ago
Hackers claim attack on FBI partner organization in Connecticut, declare ‘war’ on governments
@FBIPressOffice Infragard Connecticut got hacked by @LulzSec via a primitive SQL injection? Your security is a JOKE. I want my tax $$$ back.
The online collective Lulz Security said it attacked a local section of InfraGard, a partnership between the FBI and the private sector to share security information. Connecticut InfraGard's website was down Monday afternoon.
The online collective Lulz Security said it attacked a local section of InfraGard, a partnership between the FBI and the private sector to share security information. Connecticut InfraGard’s website was down Monday afternoon.
The FBI was aware of the attack and that the website had been shut down as a precaution, agency spokeswoman Jenny Shearer said. She declined to comment on the extent of any damage.
Lulz tweeted Sunday night that its Connecticut attack had “compromised 1000+ FBI-affiliated members.” The group said it would not leak the user information but would embarrass the FBI with “simple hacks.” It did not provide details on the information it said was compromised.
Originally posted by nowanmai
Why arresting lulzsec won’t change anything