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Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Anonymous, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

  2. coskilla Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Yup it's a bitch
  3. Anonymous Member

  4. Anonymous Member

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    illegible screenshot is illegible
  5. Anonymous Member

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  6. Anonymous Member

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    Great stuff!
  7. Anonymous Member

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  8. Anonymous Member

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  9. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Better Quality
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    This is good stuff.
  10. Nemesis91 Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Hello,
    I'm a Tunisian, i was really happy when i heard that anonymous is willing to support/help us, thanks a lot & I'm willing to participate/join.
    We need the freedom of speech, we have the right to use Internet...
  11. Rheinländer Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Nice. Stay save and keep the good fight!
  12. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Some info on internet censorship in Tunisia
    Reporters Sans Frontières - Tunisia
  13. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Welcome.
  14. Warhawk57 Member

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    I like how making a formal declaration of war against another government isn't considered illegal.
    anyways the ops going on is really awesome
  15. Nemesis91 Member

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    Thanks you.
  16. Nemesis91 Member

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    Thank you :D
  17. Anonymous Member

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    I posted the pics in posts #6 #7.
    I have have pm'd the mods regarding the point you have made.
    I am awaiting a reply/infraction.
  18. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Posting dox without obvious agreement or disagreement doesn't seem to be promoting anything to me.
  19. Anonymous Member

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    Thanks,I had to make sure.
  20. Fortesque Member

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    Is it just me, or has Anonymous really taken to the world stage in these past months?
  21. SOJOA Member

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    This is brillant. Any chance someone can augment for the states? I cant use photoshop for shit.
  22. Anonymous Member

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    These folks really are digging their own graves by doing this.
  23. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Care to elaborate on that?
  24. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Your identity is not secure when performing a DDoS. Plus, the people looking for you are real hackers, not just old folks sitting in government offices who double-click on hyperlinks. It doesn't matter how heavily you proxy up, they can and will find you.
  25. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Except that the Tunisia attacks aren't a DDoS. It might be *shudder* real hackers taking on the cause.
  26. SOJOA Member

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    A buddy helped if you guys want.
  27. Anonymous Member

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    Um, no. Let's not target the United States in an image with a Tunisian flag in the background. That's like seven kinds of stupid.
  28. Anonymous Member

  29. Mark Cabian Member

    'Anonymous' Hacktivists Attack African Government Sites

    SAUCE: 'Anonymous' Hacktivists Attack African Government Sites | SecurityNewsDaily

    "Anonymous," the shadowy hacktivist group that's attacked PayPal, the record industry and the Church of Scientology, has upped the ante: It's now taking on entire countries.

    The group launched massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on at least eight Tunisian government websites beginning Sunday night, according to Al Jazeera and the Internet security company Sophos.


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    As of 4 p.m. EST Monday, the official Tunisian government website, www.tunisia.gov.tn, was still offline.

    Last Thursday, Anonymous launched similar attacks against websites operated by the government of Zimbabwe.

    Both attacks are part of "Operation Payback," Anonymous' long-running campaign against organizations it feels are threatening Internet freedoms.

    Tunisia and Zimbabwe had blocked their citizens' access to Wikileaks last month, after secret U.S. State Department cables unflattering to either country were revealed as part of Julian Assange's huge diplomatic-data upload.

    Protests have rocked Tunisia since the middle of last month, when a street vendor set himself on fire in public after police shut down his unlicensed fruit stand. He lived, but three others have died.

    "ANONYMOUS has heard the cries for freedom from the Tunisian people and has decided to help them win this battle against oppression," reads part of a press release (AnonNews.org : Everything Anonymous) at an Anonymous-affiliated website.

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  30. Anonymous Member

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  33. Anonymous Member

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  34. LocalSP Member

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    And soon to be seen on Dancing with the Stars.
  35. Anonymous Member

    Re: 'Anonymous' Hacktivists Attack African Government Sites

    I would not want to encourage illegal behavior, especially for those who don't know enough to be smart about it, but if people are going to go after everyone who wants Julian Assange's head (literally or figuratively), isn't the environment for this too target-rich? What's next? Targeting Rush Limbaugh or Charles Krauthammer, the former being Jabba the Hutt's oxycontin-addicted clone and the latter the unholy lovechild of Yoda and Gollum (LotR)? To the script kiddies out there, if you really want to hurt those responsible, Leakspin is both legal and has the potential to be effective, or at least join the efforts to mirror it from here to hell and back. A DDoS is nothing more than a short-term action to get people's attention. Between Swiss PostFinance, MoneyChanger, PayPal, and Visa, I think that mission is accomplished. I'm not trying to be a moralfag; I'm just being practical.

    As an aside, doesn't LeakSpin's logo remind you of Meatspin? All we need now is a reference to tubgirl, two girls one cup, goatse, weightlifting blowout, and blue waffle.
  36. DeathHamster Member

    Re: 'Anonymous' Hacktivists Attack African Government Sites

    I wonder if all the people clicking on the Tunisian government website links here, and on news stories, to see if it's up are flooding them out?
  37. Anonymous Member

    Re: 'Anonymous' Hacktivists Attack African Government Sites

    An interesting press statement.
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  38. Warhawk57 Member

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    DDos attacks although give some strong media coverage unlike project leakspin which i have helped out with alittle. I think its good as long as the hackers know what they are doing.
  39. SOJOA Member

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    good point but your assuming 99% of americans know that.........

    Im have it editted again....sadly i didnt know either but who the fuck cares. the message is the issue.
  40. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anonymous attacks tunisian gov. websites

    Failsauce sideliner......you just stated the point about Americans not doing anything but bitch.......just saying.

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