posted on Dec, 5 2012 @ 02:12 AM
reply to post by anon4m05
bringing down a website isn’t 'doing something' infact, its pretty simple to do with ddos attacks.
Also, you cannot resist a government from your arm chair in your bedroom.. you can speak loudly and jump up and down about resistance, but im sure the
people in Egypt and Iraq would laugh at your ''resistance'
Like the poster above said, they've been doing this for a fair few years now,
Also, its not like they are rookies and are still figuring out the lay of the land. Hackers (the real hard-core ones) pretty much know their way
around whats out there.
So anon declared they are going to bog down (not take offline) Syria’s public websites.
And thats going to do what exactly? Make Assad look twice over his shoulder for faceless hackers?
Make Assad just put his hands up?
If you could access all government agencies databases, servers, platforms you'd have your hands on some pretty gnarly stuff.
Example, signed contracts between US corporations and local 'sanctioned' companies.
Perhaps statements of discussions between political leaders?
Maybe your internal spy agency's wiretap documents.
I'm not saying anon are useless, but everything they have done to date is useless. Stop showboating on websites and start bringing down these curropt
entities you seem hell bent on destroying.
edit on 5-12-2012 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)