Operation Titstorm

Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by urbanhawk, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Re: Operation Titstorm

    Barbs a squirter!?!
  2. Skeptic1337 Member

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    I just threw up a lil in my mouth.

    Carry on!
  3. Anonymous Member

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  4. Re: Operation Titstorm

    So is Operation Titstorm just going to be constant DDoS'ing of governmental websites? Or do they have other things planned as well?
  5. Anonymous Member

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  6. urbanhawk Member

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    It also involves mass emails filled with porn, black faxes, and prank calls so that it will help to shut down their communication channels.

    Also apparently some of the Chinese are about to give them some assistance via bot nets to aid their cause although the size of the bot nets are unknown. The bot net attack is due to start at 7 am in china which i believe is 2 hours away. Expect major fireworks to be had then

    the current plan is to have the Chinese eliminate the filters that they have put in to protect themselves from the attack and then everyone else rushes in once they have been taken out.
  7. Skeptic1337 Member

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    You're kinda new aren't ya pickles.
  8. Re: Operation Titstorm

    A bit.
  9. Anonymous Member

  10. urbanhawk Member

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    The next wave is due in a few minutes at ACMA - Home page. get ready to have some fun
  11. urbanhawk Member

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    They are now firing
  12. JohnB2008 Member

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    The mibbit chat room had like 400 people in yesterday. Now there are about 13! It looks like interest is waning

    (I am just an observer)
  13. urbanhawk Member

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    The one i'm in has close to 300
  14. Anonymous Member

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    95% of /b/tards have very short attention spans.
  15. Herro Member

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    I certainly wouldn't compare titstorm to terrorism, but I don't think it's comparable to what Ghandi did either. With civil disobediance you intentionally ignore or violate unjust laws. The idea behind it is that individuals are not bound to obey laws that are morally or ethically reprehensible. That's not what's really going on here. The DDoS is an attack launched in retaliation for efforts at censorship. So while it is in reaction to unjust laws, it is more akin to smashing windows.
  16. Anonymous Member

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    Yes but wouldn't that require there to be permanent damage that requires repair?

    I see what you're getting at, but I wonder if a sit in or the blockade of a street is a more apt analogy.
  17. Herro Member

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    Well you're right, it isn't a perfect analogy because we're talking about databases and code, not buildings and windows. I see the intuitive comparison between a DDoS and a sit-in. But I think the contexts of the actions render them different. In the context of the online realm, a DDoS is a "violent" action. It's more of an attack on something. But the analogy is far from perfect. As it should be considering we are trying to compare physical and digital acts :)
  18. Anonymous Member

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    True in many ways, and especially the changing of certain sites can't be compared to a sit in that's for sure.
  19. Anonymous Member

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    the ddos did terrorize me and my family (im austrian)
  20. Anonymous Member

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    A sit-in is the best analogy, really. You're taking time out of your day to inconvenience the authorities, but not damaging anything. You can abstract it as an "attack" from one system to another, but unless there's any lasting damage that requires resources to repair, it's no better or worse than pissing people off to get their attention.

    I just think it's funny to see the Australian government sit on their thumbs and wait for the DDoS to end, because there's jack-all they can do otherwise. It's getting the issue press, and that's made it worthwhile all by itself.
  21. Herro Member

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    Agreed. I would imagine that the people doing it are well aware that it is primarily a means of forcing the issue into the public sphere.
  22. Exitus Member

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    Well in anycase Operation Titstorm did get the governements attention.
  23. Re: Operation Titstorm

    It also garnered the public's attention.

    For example, during the Melbourne raid earlier today, we had many, MANY people asking us if we DDoS'd the government, and many more praising Anonymous for doing it.
  24. Re: Operation Titstorm


    Operation Titstorm - Anonymous Wants Their Small Boobs

  25. Re: Operation Titstorm

    Wow. So how many people were there?
    I'm trying to find out if there are any IRL raids or anything happening in Brisbane, but I don't know where to search. I don't know if there are many from Brisbane on this site.
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    [ame=""]YouTube- Operation titstorm anti censorship[/ame]
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    I think we maxed at about 20-25 anons raiding today. We also had ex-Scilon Paul Schofield with us, who delivered an epic speech.
  28. Anonymous Member

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    Looks like the glorious bastards doing Operation Titstorm have put the word out: IRL protests in EVERY major Australian city.

    When? February 20.



    I for one, shall attend, since I've got nothing better to do, and it might accrue lulz.
  29. urbanhawk Member

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    Well the IRC i have been in is now empty which makes me think that the operation is over. However i know that there are other IRC's so there is no way for me to know without getting in to them which i haven't been able to do thus far. Now on to phase 2 the IRL Protest!
  30. Re: Operation Titstorm

    Fuck, Soundwave is that day.
    Ah well. Glad it's happening.
  31. Anonymous Member

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    Who cares if Herro likes his women flatter than a overused spare tire?
  32. Skeptic1337 Member

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    You might, next time he sticks his cock up your pooper, make sure you remember you posted this.
  33. Anonymous Member

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    Wanted to share,

    "Anonymous, best known for its masked protests against the Church of Scientology, has branched out into denial-of-service attacks against Australian government websites to protest the Rudd Government's plans for mandatory internet "filtering"

    "Security consultant Crispin Harris analyses the attacks and explains why the participants may be putting themselves at risk. Colin Jacobs from Electronic Frontiers Australia explains why Anonymous' attacks aren't helping the anti-censorship cause. And in South Australia, AnonSA distances themselves from the attacks."

    Stilgherrian's Patch Monday podcast 15/2/2010.
    'Tough titties: Govt sites stormed'

  34. Re: Operation Titstorm

    WWP was DDoS'd 2-15-2010

    Retaliation from OpTit

    By Grabthar's Hammer You Shall Be AVENGED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  35. Anonymous Member

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    IRL protests are gay. Do you think the Oz govt is going to change its mind? hah

    Talk about futile.

    Also, OSA will take photos of all your faces and then track you down, for rape. And not the good kind of rape.
  36. JohnB2008 Member

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    Ugh, why are you bothering with IRL protests. I do not condone this, but people should stick with their laserz if they want to make a statement. You will just look like a bunch of stupid fucking faggots if you go out and RickRoll Oz govt buildings and start doing hug raids.

    tl;dr IRL protests for Titstorm will look pathetic. And be pointless.
  37. Re: Operation Titstorm

    Where is Herro and what have you done with him!?!?!?!?!
  38. Anonymous Member

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    real tits protest.
  39. themadhair Member

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    This I find somewhat funny and somewhat disappointing.

    Look back to the start of chanology. Plenty of people wanted to do something, but waited until others made the arrangements and the like. It wasn’t organised, it wasn’t really that well planned and it wasn’t really clear at any point what the situation was. Thankfully a few people from each protest location caught enough of the ‘do it faggot’ syndrome to make said arrangements, to get in touch with the police to inquire about protest laws, to set up localised forums, etc. etc.

    Given that background, it should be obvious to anons on this site what is happening with Titstorm. But, and this is what I find funny/disappointing, I too many people asking ‘what is going on?’ or some derivative of that. Wake up and stop waiting for others to start the ball rolling. Those on this site have the knowledge and expertise to make this shit go down, so stop waiting for others and get a dose of ‘do it faggot’.
  40. Anonymous Member

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    What I'm worried about in "Titstorm" is the combination of illegal DDoS attacks and protesting.

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