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A Texas-based defense and aerospace firm says one of its top officials has had his email account broken into by the hacking group Anonymous.
Vanguard Defense Industries' chief executive Michael Buscher says messages have been stolen from the private Gmail account of Richard T. Garcia, a former FBI agent who now works as the company's senior vice president. Anonymous said in a statement it had pilfered 1 gigabyte of data – including personal information, internal meeting notes and several dozen counterterrorism documents which it claimed were marked "law enforcement sensitive" or "fo
Originally posted by Krystian
^ coming from a follower of 11:11, you would expect a more enlightening comprehension and insight.
Maybe I just took it as rude, but obviously the literal intention of anon is not to create new internet legislation, so approaching someone involved w/ the movement and theory so bluntly seems uncharacteristic of an enlightened soul...
Just saying, from an 11'r to another
Originally posted by GenerationXisMarching
why is nobody asking how everything can be hacked over and over and over. we have been "trying" to strengthen internet security for how many years now? and the backdoor is always left wide open?
this says standdown. this says rat trap. this says "come at me bro"
and why, if they cannot make a decent firewall would people ever fall for an "internet 2.0?"
because they are pissed about losing their precious facebook info
you are not godly hackers.... you are being let in, so you can be used later.
r-tardsedit on 19-8-2011 by GenerationXisMarching because: (no reason given)
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe.”
Originally posted by Domo1
reply to post by Enlightenme1111
That is not at all the goal and I suggest you research the topic more thoroughly if you are going to comment on it. It may end up that as a result of the groups actions, our freedom online will be restricted but that is not their goal. The goal is the opposite in fact.
I can understand people that worry about the groups 'attacks' having negative consequences for those not involved but come on, of course censorship is not the goal.
Originally posted by TheStev
reply to post by undo
Perhaps because webmail allows someone to have a constant email address despite changing ISPs? Or because of mailbox and attachment size limitations?
I have an ISP but use webmail, and just about everyone else I know does. I find it surprising that you find it surprising that he had a gmail account!
Re the hack, anything that shines a light on military contractors is a good thing imo. I personally believe there's far too much corruption in those areas of industry.