Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Dec 24, 2011.
as much as I hate to quote BarretBrown:
Coming soon to a DHS agent near you.
^^^ the mystery deepens
Doctors Without Borders doesn't belong in that group.
It's amazing how these places can call themselves news organizations. They can't even get the copypasta' right:
ABC: Hacking Group 'Anonymous' Takes First Step in 'Master Plan,' Vows to Strike Again
Where is Spider Brown? He can clear this up for us.
Sounds more like a member of Big Placebo shilling for snake oil and quack cures.
Either that or they need to protect the secret formulas for their homeopathic remedies...
He's busy at the moment.
Here's part of a report on http://cryptome.org/0005/stratfor-hack.htm
Summary of releases of STRATFOR documents, subscribers' firm names and personal information (including addresses, telephone numbers, credit card numbers and passwords), latest release at top:
26 December 2011. Firms and personal first names beginning with "D" through "My" (~ 30,000).
And 25,000 IT work tickets:
26 December 2011. Sample Stratfor.com email:
"just a small preview of the mayhem to come. 1 out of 2.7 million"
26 December 2011. STRATFOR leaked accounts (10257 passwords recovered)
Also, quoting from "antisec teaser 12/26" at http://pastebin.com/q5kXd7Fd
We are aware that there has been some confusion as to whether the STRATFOR hack is an "official" Anonymous operation, due to a ridiculous "Emergency Anonymous Press Statement" being circulated, undermining our work while also making baseless accusations that we frequently see perpetrated by agent provocateurs. Whether this is the work of malicious counter-intelligence,, some butthurt pacifists, or stratfor employees themselves is unknown. Unfortunately, some main stream news agencies have picked up on this statement, looking for any reason to highlight and exploit any potential "inner divisions” within Anonymous. However, there has been no such squabble or infighting regarding the STRATFOR target, or any other LulzXmas target for that matter. Anyone can claim to be Anonymous, but because of the inherent decentralized nature of Anonymous, without central top-down leadership, no individual is in a place to speak to the legitimacy of another individual or group’s operation. Furthermore, our history of owning high profile targets as Anonymous has been well documented at the #antisec embassy (http://ibhg35kgdvnb7jvw.onion/) and is well known and respected within all Anon communities. Case closed.
TL;TR GREAT SUCCESS!, LOL
Homeopathy and nutricuticals are being bought up and copyrighted by pharmacutical companies
Dox? I'd be surprised that they'd want to chance damaging their reputations by selling water.
Antisec Hits Private Intel Firm; Million of Docs Allegedly Lifted | Wired.com
By Quinn Norton
According to Antisec, Stratfor was using the e-commerce suite Ubercart to handle customer information. The software has built-in encryption, but Stratfor apparently used custom modules that stored customer data in cleartext. Additionally Stratfor appears to have stored the card security code of its customers, a practice generally prohibited by credit card companies.
Antisec says that future Lulxmas targets will include law enforcement groups and the companies that supply them.
More at http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/20...-intel-firm-million-of-docs-allegedly-lifted/
You mean the piss, vinegar, slug slime, menstrual blood, and newt eyeballs?
These ops are good ops. Love the desperate counter-spin from weak-ass CIA-fags trying to speak "officially". They don't get any of it at all.
It means - that which must be hacked/doxed will be hacked/doxed.
Those OSA/CIA/FBI/MI6/NSA/NYPD "insiders" who think they can ling Anons to fail get laughed at.
Justified hack/leak is justified. Stratfor is fail.
Also something to note is that we do not condone illegal activities on WWP(Not saying anyone here is just adding it as a disclaimer).
I am banned. We are all banned.
Interesting posting on the Stratfor operation:
Pure water, sugar pills, and bullshit, unless they're doing it wrong.
Anonymous has adopted it as their own after the movement slowed down due to various reasons (group members growing older and getting a job, getting arrested , drug overdoses, etc).[/quote]
Wow! The idiotfags resort to ad homs to make a point??? Delicious, it is.
adamclarkestes Adam Clark Estes
Bring on the Anonymous-hates-the-99-Percent conspiracy theories j.mp/teyQOC
1 minute ago
Anonymous Members Are Unhappy About the 'Robin Hood' Hack
By Adam Clark Estes
What did AntiSec actually do with all that money they stole from Stratfor customers? The Red Cross told us yesterday that they were looking into the issue of misplaced donations, potentially stemming from the AntiSec attack, but that the onus was on the credit card companies to determine if the transactions were fraudulent. Mastercard is trying to figure that out right now. "This incident currently is under investigation," a spokesperson told The Atlantic Wire in an email, "therefore MasterCard cannot disclose additional details regarding the incident or otherwise comment at this time." Time will tell whether or not AntiSec actually stole from the rich and gave to the poor, rather than vice versa.
More at http://www.theatlanticwire.com/tech...bers-are-unhappy-about-robin-hood-hack/46718/
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