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hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by YourMum, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Shit... now, I think Pfizer will cut our paycheck this week.
  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    It looks like it's back to normal now
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Since whyaretheydead.NET is no more and the content passed from Gormez to whyaretheydead.INFO then I think the admin "David Megaphone" (lol) ought to issue some sort of public statement for the record. Afterall, it must be rather shocking to find out that your website content has been left as a mark by some scallywag's hacking of a website, especially one belonging to an opposing organization.
    Even "meh" would do.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    This is worthy of a press release no matter who was responsible. The drama of a scilon related "haxor attack" combined with potentially X-Box hueg exposure of the whyaretheydead site is pure November win.

    Curious though, of the <9000 scientologists left in Europe, how many might be expected to ling directly to scientology-europe.org vs plain ol' scientology.org?
  5. WTF Member

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    hacking is bad....m'kay?

    steroidz is bad...m'kay?

































    rofl
  6. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    god all you guys are faggots.

    You know damn right you condone this shit. If you don't you're a bawwing moralfag with no idea what anonymous is or does. But this is wwp, why would i expect anything else?

    This is an epic win for Anonymous.

    [IMG]

    bracing for warning
  7. Mister B Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Those of you who are morally outraged at this, please express your feelings in this exscn thread:

    *lemonparty url*
  8. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    oh man fuck you... I totally clicked that at work...

    lol good trollin
  9. Herro Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    600107-oh_you_super.jpg


    slowpoke.gif
  10. stuwyatt Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Even the half-moralfag in me lol'd at this. Yes its naughty. Yes its illegal. But I still laughed hard....
  11. 4Dlulz Member

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    illegal yes, lulzy, hellz ya! This goes back to our roots. While I am not saying someone SHOULD do it, I am saying it would be LULZY if it happened again.

    inb4 moralfaggotry
  12. Herro Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Shut it furfag.
  13. 4Dlulz Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    lulz, I got it in before moral faggotry

    and before you say it, I have yiffed in hell, it was fucking hawt
  14. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    meh.
  15. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Sorted then. Now we can all move on.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    BAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWW

  17. 4Dlulz Member

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    waaaambulance-23284.jpg
  18. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    <yoda>Dumfag irony understands not hmmmm?</yoda>
  19. Zak McKracken Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Now, now,
    don't be a negative nilly.
    The furry wants Anonymous to go back to "our roots".
    Why not indulge him?

    What central governing animosity drives the hate machine?
    We may be different colors, we may have different beliefs,
    some of us may be lolis, others pedobears,
    but if there is one thing all Anonymous agrees is wrong,
    one "lifestyle" we disallow on our internets, and which we will never tolerate,
    what might that be?

    Free speculation is welcome....
  20. Herro Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    For once I like what you're saying.
  21. 4Dlulz Member

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    contrary to what you think, the sole reason furries are targeted is because most of them are lulzcows, who think they are in fact animals. Truth be told, furfags are the greatest trolls, because who else but them can turn 4chan into a nerdraging mass?
  22. Herro Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    [IMG]
  23. 4Dlulz Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    meh
  24. Anonymous Member

  25. Herro Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    This is now a thread about why furries are sub human filth that should be stripped of all civil rights.

    Educating yourself by watching the CSI episode about furries is a prerequisite for posting in this thread.
  26. RedOrbifold Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    that has got to be the single funniest "choose" poster I've ever seen

    but this is about hacking and our general dislike of scientologists.
    I'll tolerate the fur.

    as long as we get to go back to laughing at this event on the internets
  27. Mutante Member

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    Right, and the relevant Californication episode too.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Dealing with Furfags

    Proper methods for dealing with furfags To the tune of Good King Wenselas

    kill the furfag, smash its head, all over the pave-ment

    though its habits un-profound

    nothing now can save it

    move on forward, brave anon

    tho the heathens crowd you

    fear no evil, brave anon

    for evil is what pow-ers you


    one lone anon, has no name

    pushes foreward brave-ly

    though alone, he needs no one

    ('sept some /b/lackup, maybe)

    bravely smashing furry boards

    were he but an ad-min

    rolling through the lands of fail

    crys of "DESU" an' "GENTEL-MEN"
  29. 4Dlulz Member

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    point to all this is what? shit, I am surprised COS is scared of us, this is rather weak attempts at making me rage.
  30. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    OHH SHI- ,Keep this a secret now, November the 5th is not here yet,we don't want scilons to take caution.

    There will be media coverage on the 5th, just wait faggots.
  31. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org


    Moralfag
  32. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Possibilities:

    A) Inside job: Scientologist about to blow - If this was an inside job, what could they do? In that case it wasn't hacking, it's work place misconduct which would be a fireable offense. I'm sure the scientologist will really miss their $50/week pay

    B) 3rd party job: Person working for one of their 3rd party hosting company, get's pissed on who he is working for. Tweaks web page. If done right, can't be found since they focus on security.

    C) Outside job: Maybe they pissed off some real crackers by trying to go after the DDOS players. That person had better have been behind 7 proxies or in a country that considers scientology a total scam. The more they bump into friends the hackers, the will piss off real hackers. This will not end well. Carry on Scientology.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    as far as I know there was furry <-> anon truce pertaining to chanology activities.
    Now as far as I know that just means no exterminatus, sez nuffin' 'bout not trolling the crap out of each other.
  34. Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    everyone?
  35. amaX Member

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  36. RedOrbifold Member

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    there IS a quote button in the reply box...
    or is everyone just typing actual quote tags?


    edit: god, that was a bitch to format correctly due to all the screwed up quote tags
  37. JohnnyRUClear Member

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    I did not laugh. I did not smile. I did not say "ha, ha, pathetic OTs can't even keep the haxxorwogs out of their interwebs" while doing a happy troll dance. Nope, not me, not even, at all. And I'm still not doing it some more.
  38. Anonymous Member

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    Not being to familiar with Alexa, will it tell us how many hits that site got while Why are they dead was up?
  39. Anonymous Member

    Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    I hadn't realised the level of extreme moralfaggory in current chanology until I saw some of the posts in this thread.

    This was Fucking Awesome.
  40. Re: hacker attack on www.scientology-europe.org

    Mental note to self:
    Next time I open lulzy threat like this, don't drink coffee. And certainly not at work.
    Cow-workers had strange look on their faces.

    Ah, hell it was funny! And I don't care who dunnit. If it's an blown scifag it's even better!

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