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Anonymous hacks hundreds of Chinese government sites

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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 09:52 AM
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Anonymous hacks hundreds of Chinese government sites


www.zdnet.com

Anonymous has hacked hundreds of Chinese government websites. Some sites were just defaced, but others have had administrator accounts, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses leaked.
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 09:52 AM
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Page linked has more details including things the Anons put on pastebin, and they've been hacking since late March according to the article I think.

Will be interesting to see how the Chinese government respond and what the Anons manage to hack from here on out if they carry on.

There's also an Anonymous China twitter account here : Anonymous China

www.zdnet.com
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 5-4-2012 by robhines because: fixed link



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 10:11 AM
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I hope that china traces the IPs back, and it turns out its all coming from Langley


Is it safe to read what they are hacking on postbin?

I get very nervous when investigating cyber crimes, i dont want my genuine interest met with hostile force (like being hacked myself, getting a virus or have the cops at my door)



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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Thats great but the problem is china will just block they sites to their citizens until they fix them...




posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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Originally posted by Biigs
I hope that china traces the IPs back, and it turns out its all coming from Langley


Is it safe to read what they are hacking on postbin?

I get very nervous when investigating cyber crimes, i dont want my genuine interest met with hostile force (like being hacked myself, getting a virus or have the cops at my door)


paste bin is safe yes, I agree, indeed this may be coming from Langley. I am pretty sure that much of the original anonymous, skilled hackers (since wikileaks anyway) were Chinese based, there were a lot of Chinese/Japanese twitters around in the early days doing magical things.

OpLibya for instance was US gov led whereas OpEgypt was individuals from all over the world trying to take down a US supported regime, think it was 18 days before US agreed Mbarak should go, when you see the prize it becomes clear who the culprits are.

I had a quick look on twitter there and saw the tag #OpRedDragon which is very interesting if you have been following Fulford/Wilcox
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 11:44 AM
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The message on pastebin is


/ \ _ __ ___ _ __ _ _ _ __ ___ ___ _ _ ___
/ /\ \ | '_ \ / _ \| '_ \| | | | '_ ` _ \ / _ \| | | / __|
/ ____ \| | | | (_) | | | | |_| | | | | | | (_) | |_| \__ \
/_/ \_\_| |_|\___/|_| |_|\__, |_| |_| |_|\___/ \__,_|___/
__/ |
|___/

Follow @AnonymousChina
twitter.com...

################################################
===========Anonymous China Message==============
################################################

Hello, we are Anonymous.
All these years the Chinese Government has subjected their people to unfair laws and unhealthy processes.
People, each of you suffers from tyranny of that regime.

Fight for justice, fight for freedom, fight for democracy!

In the defaces and leaks in this day, we demonstrate our revolt to the Chinese system. It has to stop! We aren't asking you for nothing, just saying to protest, to revolt yourself, to be the free person you always want to be! So, we are writing this message to tell you that you should protest, you should revolt yourself protesting and who has the skills for hacking and programming and design and other "computer things" come to our IRC: 2.webchat.anonops.com... channel: #GlobalRevolution .


We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.

###############################################
In chinese: 匿名中国消息
###############################################

您好,我们是无名氏。
这些年来中国政府对本国人民不公平的法律和不健康的过程。
人,你们每个人患有该政权的暴政。

争取正义,为自由而战,争取民主!

在这一天中的污损和泄漏,我们证明我们的反抗,中国的制度。它已停止!我们不要求你什么,只是说抗议,反抗 自己,你总是希望成为自由人!所以,我们写这个消息告诉你,你应该抗议,你应该反抗自己的抗议,谁拥有的黑 客,编程和设计的技能和其他计算机的东西“来我们的 IRC:2.webchat.anonops.com... 通道:#GlobalRevolution


我们是无名氏。
我们是军团。
我们不原谅。
我们不要忘记。
期望我们。


The other pastebin is a list of the sites hacked



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 07:50 PM
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Well all the power to 'em. To a non technically inclined person like an old military general or some old scumbag chinese politician, seeing your cybersecurity breached would be a scary experience when you're already intimidated by technology.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 08:10 PM
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I go back and forth.

As long as they are attacking regimes and corporations for their crimes against the people and the planet I'm in full support.
It's when people who call themselves a part of Anon start attacking random people and destroying sites for the "points" that really f**ks me off.

As for those claiming it's some kind of CIA BS - they clearly don't understand Anon or how it works. There is no organization or structure. There are hundreds of thousands of individuals involved in it. It doesn't operate like a military unit, it's based on individual will to participate.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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They should hit N.Korea if talking about mistreatment of their citizens.Not to mention NK's declarations of war every week,etc.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by AgentX09
They should hit N.Korea if talking about mistreatment of their citizens.Not to mention NK's declarations of war every week,etc.


China is NK's benefactor.

why would they go after NK, that's the equivalent of trying to cut off a venomous snakes tail.
you're just going to get it mad and it will attack you back.

no, you want to go for the head.
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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Originally posted by AgentX09
They should hit N.Korea if talking about mistreatment of their citizens.Not to mention NK's declarations of war every week,etc.


they dont have internet



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by detachedindividual
As for those claiming it's some kind of CIA BS - they clearly don't understand Anon or how it works. There is no organization or structure. There are hundreds of thousands of individuals involved in it. It doesn't operate like a military unit, it's based on individual will to participate.


Wasn't it revelled recently that the CIA had infiltrated Anon and were using it to flush out crackers?

Deny Ignorance



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 10:25 PM
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Originally posted by OccamAssassin

Originally posted by detachedindividual
As for those claiming it's some kind of CIA BS - they clearly don't understand Anon or how it works. There is no organization or structure. There are hundreds of thousands of individuals involved in it. It doesn't operate like a military unit, it's based on individual will to participate.


Wasn't it revelled recently that the CIA had infiltrated Anon and were using it to flush out crackers?

Deny Ignorance



I dont know about the CIA but the FBI quietly busted then turned the leader of lulzsec.


The world's most notorious computer hacker has been working as an informer for the FBI for at least the last six months, it emerged on Tuesday, providing information that has helped contribute to the charging of five others, including two Britons, for computer hacking offences.

Hector Xavier Monsegur, an unemployed 28-year-old Puerto Rican living in New York, was unmasked as "Sabu", the leader of the LulzSec hacking group that has been behind a wave of cyber raids against American corporations including Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, the intelligence consultancy Stratfor, British and American law enforcement bodies, and the Irish political party Fine Gael.

It was revealed that he had been charged with 12 criminal counts of conspiracy to engage in computer hacking and other crimes last summer, crimes which carry a maximum sentence of 124 years and six months in prison. According to indictments filed in a Manhattan federal court, he secretly pleaded guilty on 15 August last year.

Despite that, Sabu carried on with his aggressive online persona as the LulzSec "leader", with the father of two going so far as to deny online – the day after his secret guilty plea – that he had "snitched" on his friends
LulzSec leader Sabu was working for us, says FBI

Hows that for lulz?



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 01:52 AM
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Hello, we are Anonymous. All these years the Chinese Government has subjected their people to unfair laws and unhealthy processes. People, each of you suffers from tyranny of that regime. Fight for justice, fight for freedom, fight for democracy!
reply to post by trustnothing
 



democracy doesn't exist here either
makes me want to believe if the Anonymous are just some CIA agents having fun and during boredom.

The Anonymous has been always confusing for me.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 02:01 AM
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As for those claiming it's some kind of CIA BS - they clearly don't understand Anon or how it works. There is no organization or structure. There are hundreds of thousands of individuals involved in it. It doesn't operate like a military unit, it's based on individual will to participate.




Isnt that how they claimed that the Arab protests were like? all true nothing but grassroots? in the end we have learned that the Arab spring has been funded through USAID.

And USAID is linked to who? George Soro.

If the Anonymous was a real grassroots organization which they don't have an agenda howcome they arent striking the pentagon yet? or some other huge American corporations.

As for wiki leaks.


Personally wiki leaks was a huge failure i believe most of the documents that were supposedly leaked were either these things.

The government wanted these files to be released in the future and thus the government never felt threatened by the leaked documents at all.

And i also believe most of the wiki leaks are faked.

Like that one on about the Tiananmen square? really no tanks rolled in?



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 03:10 AM
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These people who think they are Anom don't understand. The CIA / NSA does not have a problem finding out how to stop you (eventually). They have programmers / security specialist just as smart as you , with a lot more money than you , and a lot more technology than you.


Once they find the leader or organizers of the project they give them an option ... 20 years in prison or 5 years in prison? Which one?

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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 06:11 AM
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Originally posted by milkyway12
These people who think they are Anom don't understand. The CIA / NSA does not have a problem finding out how to stop you (eventually). They have programmers / security specialist just as smart as you , with a lot more money than you , and a lot more technology than you.


It's a movement, a raising of consciousness, that cannot be stopped. It's only ever a matter of time before all truth eventually finds its way out.

We all have skeletons in our cupboards, movements like Anon and Occupy might be just parts of something a lot bigger, something that'll allow us to know that all of our cupboards and our previous perceptions of life and reality have been an illusion. Maybe it's just part of our natural evolution, and also a 2012 thing that they're equally sensing right now.

One thing is for sure, you cannot fully control a population like some of these governments, militaries, agencies and corporations think you can. They want a static unchanging system that only works for them, and that just isn't how things in the universe work properly.



Infiltrate, the walls that are caving in,
It ain't a bad thing, this ain't reality.
Infiltrate, the walls that are caving in,
It ain't a bad thing, because it is natural. - QOTSA, Leg Of Lamb

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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 09:57 AM
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From that list, only five gov sites, which may not be called government sites, were hacked. That is far from hundreds.

Kind of like Invisible child and kony 2012, Anonymous just wants to attract some eyeballs.



posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 01:55 PM
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Some are confused by Anonymous latest actions. They are only not aware of Anon's true aims - and that is freedom for mankind.

Anon is aware of what the repressive and brutal CCP gov of China had done. But Anon has no intention to cause hurt or harm, and thus only the gov websites were targetted. At most, only the webmasters, whom had flaunted their self capability, would now be embarassed, or the corrupted ones with those sites have their details in the open now.

BUT MAKE NO MISTAKE. This is only the least of Annoymous's capabilities.

Fang xinbing, the much lauded 'Father of China's Firewall', is only a mortal. In chinese wise sayings, 'There will always be one mountain that is higher than another' What one man can do, so too can another, and even improve upon it, to serve ends. In our current age of automation, all it takes is only a worm to do one's bidding, regardless in private, military or public computers.

There will come a point in time when physical laws will prevent the tallest mountain from gaining an inch more, and that's where the saturation point is, and that point is where it will come to blows.

Anon's science/Tech dept can do far more than mere 'website defacing'. That level to raise or lower will be dependent on the response/actions from the CCP gov.

The CCP gov had done right to reject Bo xilai's satanist Maoism revival, who had the support of a few senile old hardliners, where millions of innocents had been murdered under the devil Mao. But there is much, much more that the CCP gov must do for the nation and its responsibilities to the world.

The repressive CCP gov can do as it wishes, and need not be threatened by anyone, but at the same time, may that minority be aware that the 1.3 billion common chinese masses and the balance of 5.7 billion humanity too have the free will to strike back at repression from the CCP gov. Every human has a right to this planet and none will wish to be a slave for the few.

I am only a simple insignificant nobody, but even I can figure it out. I am sure that the CCP gov, whom have far more billiant members, even though on the darkside, would have long figured out Anon's actions. We mortals are flawed, but we do have the capacity to correct them.

May the CCP be wise, as the chinese ancestors of a civilisation of 5000 years old had been, even though the devil Mao had sought to destroy that civilisation, but had not succeeded fully. Some of that wisdom and ancient blood still flows. We mankind can share this world which can be enough for all through tech and evolution advancement in peace, not by enslavement or the murder of our own kind.....






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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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this is a strange article I just ran across. It's from just the middle of last month.

www.eweek.com...



Attackers based in China have increasingly, and with greater evidence, been linked to attacks on the United States and multi-national companies, as well as government agencies. At the same time, the United States has acknowledged its role in crafting and releasing an attack designed to hobble Iran's nuclear processing capability, according to claims in a book written by a New York Times reporter.

The United States would like China to crack down on citizens who are stealing intellectual property from U.S. firms, while China would like the United States to relinquish some of its control of the Internet and stop militarizing cyber-space


Ok, here's where I'm confused. These types of articles always hem haw around everything, just like so called "Official Talks" do.

Months ago I was seeing a bunch of stuff about Anonymous. Lately, I have seen less and less. I had been wondering where all this hacking had been coming from and watched videos of a homeless American hacker calling himself commander X taking credit for Anonymous.

Despite all that Anonymous has been credited with hacking, this article does not mention them. Instead it blames hackers in China for many attacks. I wondered if a lot of the hacking was coming out of China.

Then it goes on to mention a US attack to hobble Iran's Nuclear capabilities. I had to look up hobble because I think that is a pretty strange to use in this context but it means to slow down or impede. How would a cyber attack slow down a Nuclear program. According the article one example is something called Stuxnet which is a worm that infected many systems in Iran to effect converter drives. I wonder what else they are doing. Some people think it is sheer paranoia to think that government agencies would be scouring the internet as shills on disinfo campaigns. Why would they not do that if they are introducing viruses into the internet?

China says "stop MILITARIZING Cyber-Space"?

What a strange thing to say from a country who had a fire wall put up to disconnect their net from the rest of the world. Are they suggesting that they have some kind of evidence that we are using the net as a military tool?

I think that is quite interesting.

I admit, the way I talk is rather frank so all this hoity toity jargon could mean a lot of different things but I don't see how much more this could add up to. Somebody help me clarify this. There must be something I have overlooked.

Could it be that some of our gut instinct about internet conspiracy are absolutely valid?

Think tanks are throwing these issues at each other at the very present time.

Do you realize something about the firewalls in place?
What if we all found out that many Chinese citizens think like we do and that all of this is a bunch of crap.
What if THEY found out that a lot of American citizen think what is going on in their own government is a bunch of crap? Whose idea was this firewall anyway? I'll have to read about that. On some regards, I thought it might be a good idea because the US government is no doubt going to offend many foreign people if they ARE in fact guilty of slinging disinfo campaigns that has that stench of American superiority. It had crossed my mind that it could spare a lot of Asians from reading a bunch of crap from American zealots and exacerbating tensions... because I tend to think SOMEBODY wants a war... a big one... one that would give them control of the entire globe. On the other hand, we remain divided in communication... good?.... bad? I just don't know.

Meanwhile our secretary of State is touring Asia offending everyone by using every example she can to confirm how important democracy is.

What the hell are they trying to do to us?



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