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Anonymous hacks CIA

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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:23 AM
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Even if they have the hacking know-how, what is the point?

What will occurr, as a result?

1. CIA will drive a harder internet policy campaign, with the government accepting it.

2. Greater internet scrutiny and surrveillance of internet activity.

All in all, hacking CIA website, is like Al Quaida saying on the news that they support Iraq. It's a bear hug, and proof of them being a CIA asset. Irrelevant wether they are that, consciously or unconsciously. Because the only people who want control of the internet, are the police and military. And acts like these, only serve to aid them in their strife in control of the internet. Saying that this is to prove, they can't, is simply like giving them their tools and motives.




posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:26 AM
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Originally posted by is0ne
Attacking the CIA's public website is like attacking a useless billboard advertisement on the side of a road.


It actually makes Anonymous look weak and desperate, I.M.O.


impossible - because they are the super-dupa hackers from CIA who performe only false-flag attacks



when its about anonymous some people really lack logic....^^

i don't believe / know Anonymous is NOT a complete CIA operation...



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:29 AM
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if you dont want them to perform ddos, code a stealth, vpn integrated exploiting tool that does all the work with one single click.....

now you know why they performe "only" DDos...because its fast, clean and noticable....
and 99% of anon are NOT hakcers, just internetz-addicts^^


besides people always forget about all the "real" hacks....the tonns of dox released by team poison, lulzsec and so on....gawker.com...

(and the content was sometimes way more important than the CIA-Operation weak-leaks aka wikileaks)
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:37 AM
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Originally posted by AnonyWarp

Stop reading ATS, stop watching movies and take a walk outside.

Now, think twice.


That IS, what I've done.

99% of these "hackers" are with the police, or the military. Even the younger ones, you have one or two young dudes, who think this is fun ... and they usually end up being patsys. Look carefully at what has occurred ... do you think a 5 year old has the knowledge? No he doesn't ... but he has the aptitude of using the information that is given to him ... who do you think gave him the information and ideas? his mom?

That being said, I've been on both sides of the fence ... I've seen both.

The WORST idiots on the internet, are the military ... they have a lot of young recruits, who think spy games are fun ... they usually end up hurting people, and causing collateral damage, but that is all swept away.

Both the police and military, have 24 hour personell that are there just to be on the internet. It's a nice job, but there isn't much happening on there, and unless something like *THIS* occurrs, their finance would be cut down. So, just "magically" something like this happens every once in a while ... and with every act, there are greater strife by the government to increase surveillance.

Now, even scandinavia has both police and military creating "hacker" groups, that have the job of hacking the internet, during crizis. How do you think they train their tasks? theoretically? Have you ever seen military personell train theoretically? hell no, they all have "live", or simulated "live" training.

One of the "battlefields" is information, and the information highway is the internet ... and what do you think "warfare" on the internet is about? It's about the flow of information. And what do you think that information might be, and how it might flow?

You just discovered how ... this is military tactic ... wether they use "assets" or not.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:39 AM
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dude - thats BS, there is enough for them to do, like real criminal activity: fraud, real hacking to obtain credit cards and stuff, weapon deals, illegal chemical supplies, drugs, spam!, monitoring terrorists activity, business crime or child pornography

maybe in imperialistic driven america there is the idea to put a flag in the internet and get controll of it but in europe they have soo uch to do that they dont have enough personell - and thats why they recruit like hell...
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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Originally posted by Hessdalen
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now you know why they performe "only" DDos...because its fast, clean and noticable....
and 99% of anon are NOT hakcers, just internetz-addicts^^



They don't only perform DDoS. These are attacks that "today" must be done by many computers, and not just one ... IF you do it the "civilian" way.

And I've met many of these "kind" of guys. No, they are not internetz-addicts. You have a "fan" club, around a core people ... who 99% are military morns, or police. You don't know them, except they're on the internet ... and what do you think they're going to do, tell you who they are? Many of these idiots, are young guys (I've had my personal experience with a few of them), who are totally brain washed military goons. Literally speaking, and around these "core" morons, you have a lot of younger groupies, and they end up acting like the internet is theirs.

They're morons ... and they are ALL (or over 99%, at least that is my view) military personell, and police.

So stop aiding these morons, they're not there to help you ... and their actions aren't meant to either. If they hadn't been there, not even half of all the internet surveillance acts would ever have been made.

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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by Hessdalen
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dude - thats BS, there is enough for them to do,



The only BS is you.

Use your brain, that is why you were born with it.

Whome does it serve ... whome does it benefit.

It benefits the establishment, the government. It creates the "impression" of there being a threat on the internet, that can threaten the establishment. Therefore provides the establishment the excuse, to introduce greater control of the internet.

THEREFORE IT SERVES THE ESTABLISHMENT.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 09:00 AM
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they are ALL (or over 99%, at least that is my view)


thanks for sharing your OPINION....but its not more than a opinion....

and you talk like your some military insider....some disinformation...you never talked to tinkode, topiar, sabu or all the "core" people...besides making a statement for thousands of people is absolutly military tactic...99% are military goons...






Whome does it serve ... whome does it benefit.


without ACTA / SOPA / PIPA would be signed and not only megaupload would be busted, archive.org would be down etc. ... looks like you really did your research

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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 09:07 AM
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Originally posted by bjarneorn

Originally posted by Hessdalen
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dude - thats BS, there is enough for them to do,



The only BS is you.

Use your brain, that is why you were born with it.

Whome does it serve ... whome does it benefit.

It benefits the establishment, the government. It creates the "impression" of there being a threat on the internet, that can threaten the establishment. Therefore provides the establishment the excuse, to introduce greater control of the internet.

THEREFORE IT SERVES THE ESTABLISHMENT.


Yes! I agree they serve the Establishment because the establishment are the only ones that benefit from them as you mentioned.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 09:16 AM
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stopping ACTA / SOPA / PIPA really served the establishment



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 09:17 AM
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You mean, Obama's sidekicks pretend to hack CIA and spread it as gospel!!!



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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You gotta hand it to these kids, they're always one step ahead of the law. Maybe the CIA could employ these hackers as they could use their genius - instead of locking them up. They prove time and time again with their hacking exploits that they're WAY ahead of the game. I love these guys - I mean, hacking the CIA, that takes some balls to do - hacking one of the worlds most secure networks, these kids are pretty darn good. Would make a good movie, we need these hackers fighting for our rights. Keep up the good work where ever you are.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:10 AM
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Pay attention to the MSM news articles about this "hack" and their other ones.
They always say Anon DID this and they DID that but they never say anything about law enforcement trying to catch them for what they did.
I'm starting to think that hacking is legal lol.

Imagine a news story that said something along the lines of "The CIA building has just been hit by several rocks.. that is all" or "The NSA building has been set on fire by a well known group, we know who they are and nothing is being done".
Whenever its news about Anon they just tell us what happend, theres never any news about looking into who they are.

Ever hear stories like "Joe Blow from Ohio on Spencer street hacked the White House website last night, just letting you know. It's alright though." ?



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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I love these kids. Always one step ahead. We could learn a thing or two about these hackers.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:18 AM
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Originally posted by UnaChispa

Anonymous hacks CIA





Anonymous hacked itself?

Interesting.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:22 AM
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Anonymous is not the CIA I should know my nephew is in anonymous and he definitely is not CIA (but the CIA should employ him for his hacking skills) You guys should ask me anything else you want to know about Anonymous and I'll ask my nephew.



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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7:15 -- How much time is reasonable? I've said 8 weeks. Got Ryan Cleary's indecent images - found by USAF who looked at hard drive. Propose they get dealt with first. That will take 6-8 weeks


You love pedos?



You guys should ask me anything else you want to know about Anonymous and I'll ask my nephew.


why are the propaganda guys downplaying the fact top is going to get busted for CP and how come you guys are going around with free a pedo avatars?
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How are the sock puppets?
What's it feel like to do the dirty work of someone who gives less than 2 #s about you and just wants a book deal?
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Think how long an investigation on something like this would take, it aint going to be a fast process
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 11:15 AM
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That's amazing. It's very over-the-top, but still the CIA's not the NSA, and they got pretty corrupt and fragmented over the last few years that they may have some security flaws.

That's a big "WOW".



posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 11:23 AM
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anyone ever think kim dot com being anon member


license plates
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posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by Kenrichaed
Perhaps the CIA allowed them to hack in order to trace them and arrest them? It is kind of what they do among other things.


Right.

They ARE the CIA.

They hacked themselves.




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