Operation Payback Representative

Anonymous speaks of revenge for WikiLeaks

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+22 1. minicoz commented 9 years ago

sorry for double posting but, "Over 9000 people" lol
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+13 2. polishdemon commented 9 years ago

Yep, I caught two great phrases:

"We have over 9000 people..." and "If they don't know how to internets..."
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+3 3. scolch commented 9 years ago

give them some pureful credit. xxxxxxxx
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+5 4. Edyy commented 9 years ago

OP is homosexual :D
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+3 5. medicino commented 9 years ago

It was more Fuzz than action, wiping off my credit record that would probe me that they are something. :D :D
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+13 6. Voutelamberopipi commented 9 years ago

seriously... tits or gtfo
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-3 7. Old-Crow commented 9 years ago

These guys are pretty cocky until they are caught. :|
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+25 8. smodd commented 9 years ago

Wow thats something worth fighting for, freedom of information, so USA dont get too cocky and abuse giving orders and violating other country ppl rights that not belong to them in the first place, when the corruption of a system (financial system) cant go any further cuz the rights of other country citizens prevent them, just manipulate and pressure the country with economic threats of quotes and restrictions in order the economy of the foreign country dont succeed, also spy them (through the american embassy)to know who is behind the power and who oppose them cuz the other country laws are meant also to do that, protect their ppl against no national interests, i then give my support wikileaks, no country has the right to tell other country what is the best actions for their own ppl, destroying economic rights of other countries citizens in order to america and their bankers to get more economic power and control the world´s future, freedom to do whatever i want but without responsable actions right USA, look Wall Street and the disaster they did when the Republican were in the power, lost of jobs and todays 10 % of the population are without jobs because to want it more and more interest knowing ppl could not afford more... and u want to control all the world economy incapable of controlling urselfs, because America today kneels to the bankers instead of demanding them responsable actions, you dont beleive me, wheres the 700,000 billions of dollars that america gave to Wall Street and until today "nobody knows" where the money for rescue america went, is was suppose to boost the economy not to ruined more because american didnt want to kept the banks bankrupcy and therefore become a socialism country, well if the private sector fail dont trust them again ...change this irresponsable system already or limit the amount of interest the banks can ask, interest over interest over interest...
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+9 9. smed79 commented 9 years ago

Hello everybody,
As you know Wikileaks is attacked from all sides, that is why I will relay the information that Anonymous is a group of activists that seek to uphold the right of expression by all means on the internet.
Massive attack against Paypal.com this weekend and all the other services that have cut funding vehicle without a legitimate reason Wikileaks are covered by the organization.

If you wish to participate in this fight you can download the software LOIC.
In free download here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/loic/

Just put the url of the site you are targeting in the URL box and click Lock on Ready and then the target site will be bombarded with requests that will aim to cut the servers if Asser world mobilizes to even time.

Such action may be illegal in some countries but it has you know if the fight deserves to be conducted for this freedom of expression.

The ANONYMOUS: http://www.agoravox.tv/actualites/international/article/wikileaks-l-operation-payback-se-28670

Join Operation Payback Anonymous, you can also visit the twitter of Anonymous.

:)
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+3 10. dragonon commented 9 years ago

Count me in!!! >:) Wiki!!!
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+7 11. cored commented 9 years ago

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Isn`t this getting a bit too old. These things wouldn`t happen if the American government respected the rules and played fair. Most of people doesn`t want to do these things in their names and doesn`t agree with these acts. Now is just act like big bully and try to cover things up.

I just wonder how many people would lost there lives with this. Some diplomats will lose their jobs for sure.But why would they say these things in the first place.
#7
It`s kinda funny to give 700,000 billions of dollars to people who F$!?*d up in the first place.
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+19 12. Trooper commented 9 years ago

Just a word of caution:

Those familiar with the "underworld" where Anonymous thrives will know that members of this online community like to prank people and do stuff "for the lulz".

Whenever a "spokesperson" "represents" anonymous, you have to take this with a grain of salt.

#2 You may know that the "9000 people" and "don't know how to internets" are 2 "internet meme" that have been popular in the anonymous community for some time. The fact that this "representative" uses them is a clear indication of his intention to "lulz" at the expense of the reporter.

Anonymous does not have representatives, it does not have a structure, it does not have one single goal. Anonymous is everyone and no one.
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-8 13. fjwjr commented 9 years ago

So who elected these "activists"? And who is going to watch them to make sure they don't get drunk with their own "power"?
Who is regulating them?
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+5 14. spynode commented 9 years ago

#13 At this point it doesn't even matter. Do you really think your government has been playing fair for last decades? It's not about state secrets and intelligence sources. US gov is insanely corrupted and corporations is what controls the USA nowadays. Assagne's motives may be vague and could turn out to be somehow unidealistic but people deserve to know what happens behind the curtains.
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+12 15. Trooper commented 9 years ago

#13 That is exactly the point of Anonymous, there is no structure, there are no leaders, there is no agenda, there are no controls.

Anonymous is everyone and it is no one. It is a manifestation of our collective consciousness, our aspirations, our despair.

There is no organization that the police can infiltrate, there is no breadcrumb trail to follow. You can't go after these people like you go after any other group of people. Anonymous don't know each other, they have no IRL contact with one another. They don't meet outside their online channels, no one can rat on the others. There is no head office to raid, no cars to follow, no phone to tap. Lastly you can't tell the difference between someone who's computer was hacked and someone who volunteered for the action.

One second you are part of Anonymous, the second you are just another internet user. The justice system requires names, they have none. The police needs to build evidence over weeks, months, Anonymous unite and dissolve over night.

Simply said: They are anonymous!
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+4 16. mothali commented 9 years ago

I dont think wiki got a hold of anything (info) they were not supposed to.... this is just a way for the us gov to censor net.... this all going according to nwo plan...
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+5 17. Edyy commented 9 years ago

this is now a boxxy thread :x
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+5 18. max2000 commented 9 years ago

why they even asked him of Sarah Palin >:)
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+5 19. Mourialaid commented 9 years ago

I hope my beloved Shyla (my computer) is not involved in that attack :(|)
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+3 20. WildMonkey commented 9 years ago

You're all just interest paying drones in Plutonomy.
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+2 21. Teqskater commented 9 years ago

Somehow this situation reminds me of actions in the 90's. There was an 11 year old kid that had developed a worm or something that took 1 cent of every account there was in America dropping the economy with 1% if i am correct. Then over a time of 2 - 3 years very much did change. Laws, Computer security, etc. I think we are at a point that it will happen again but a bit diffrent and that very much is gonna change in a very short timespan.

Oh BTW....I Think many governments have a problem right now....
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+5 22. kurkudjikul commented 9 years ago

"They will lose -The Game- every time."
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+2 23. Ganex commented 9 years ago

#8 Didn't read lol !
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+1 24. IAManonymous commented 9 years ago

All who believe in the power of numbers, the power of a collective consciousness, collective action against the things they believe to be wrong and with those who they believe to be right, will prevail.

The majority is always right. There is no way around it. Action is the key. If people disagree with the things anonymous do, then they should act against, then in return they are anonymous.

We can be one, but never all inclusive.
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+2 25. svabo666 commented 9 years ago

does "anonymous" have a web page???
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+1 26. makbeth commented 9 years ago

I recently posted a vid that is kind of related to this. Hope it gets published soon while its still relevent :)
If not, check out Gary McKinnon. He hacked the pentagon and the US Navy in 2002 and recently lost an extradition battle with the US.
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-1 27. WildMonkey commented 9 years ago

Those people are the true soldiers for freedom.
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+5 28. sbrucecaboose commented 9 years ago

let me just say: i can completely understand that the average snotr user would support something like this.

before i dissent: know that i'm all for freedom of information...

...but this cyber 'warfare' is NOT the way to do it. when you think critically about it--it equates to undermining business, governments, and individual's rights--exactly what they claim to support.

IMO, what they should do is create a FORUM for support of freedom of information, and lobby and seek support from governments. not just force their policy on business and individuals (namely credit institutions and prominent individuals) they 'don't care' about sarah palin, what's to stop them from 'not caring' about you, should you speak your mind?)

go ahead and vote my comment down, but i can't see a good outcome to this group forcing their will upon others.
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0 29. patriotaus commented 9 years ago

#28 just so you know, the companies they have been targeting were acting politically. Some of them are already facing legal prosecution because breaking contracts set in place because of political motivation is illegal.

What this group is doing, is showing that the community is angered at these big corporations acting politically. If you have done any research at all (which it is obvious you have not), you will find that DDoSing is not the only thing that has been going on. Many thousands of people have cancelled their paypal accounts, many thousands of eCards were sent to Fox news (for Lulz), and many other protests have been taken around the world. This news report was only focusing on one such protest.
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+3 30. fjwjr commented 9 years ago

#15 Listen to yourself. What you're describing is the worst thing possible. A group of vigilantes who hack into companies, systems, governments and departments that THEY deem corrupt. Who are they to give themselves that power? Were the people or entities they hack and damage given a fair "trial"? Were they given due process?
They weren't elected. And if they were appointed by some authority, we should know who they are so they can be held accountable.
You make them out to be heroes for behaving just like the people or groups they are attacking.
How long before it's necessary for another group to rise up and attack the corrupt, lawless and unaccountable "Anonymous"? How long before the "heroes" become the "villains"?
They should be congratulated for creating a situation where innocent people will be harmed and killed for their self proclaimed "just cause".
Way to go! Yeah!
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+3 31. CoYoT commented 9 years ago

You Don¨t Mess With Hackers !
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+3 32. nooitaf (admin) commented 9 years ago

#30 ... these protests are like RL protest where people sit in front of embassies or such and chain themselfs together to slow things down. They where only flooding, not hacking... organized kinda like a flash-mob ... Afaik no actual harm has been done and ppl wont die because of a website thats offline. It almost seems like you think Anonymous hacked the US-Government to get the cables, which did not happen. If they would have done it, all 250.000+ cables would already be on the street, propably uncensored.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Payback
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+2 33. fjwjr commented 9 years ago

#32 Stop being so naive. These are not like a sit in. These actions have real consequences on real people. This isn't the Sims.
So you're able to tell me that no one was kept from paying for life sustaining medication because Visa and Mastercard being tampered with prevented it.
And don't even try to tell me that it's not possible because a credit card was a lifeline for my wife who was a heart and kidney transplant patient.
This is just one of a million possible "unintended consequences" of their actions that they (or you)aren't smart enough to think of. Or maybe they (or you) don't care.
Typical. You want "accountability" for everyone but you. And you think the laws are made by you and apply to everyone but you.
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+2 34. kutsuke commented 9 years ago

#33 Based on what you said, everyone deserved to be able to live off of their credit, but it is okay with you that the people of WikiLeaks can't live off of their actual income. If someone died because they're credit card didn't go through, it is not Anonymous' fault that a life would depend on credit any more that it is the PayPal's fault if someone from WikiLeaks died because their assets were frozen.

That being said, you have three choices:
1. Blame Anonymous and PayPal for endangering people's lives for no good reason
2. Hold neither group accountable for the welfare of other people (I vote this)
3. Completely retract your statement and retain what dignity you have left.

Best regards to your wife. May she never be on the receiving end of Anonymous, PayPal, or you.
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+3 35. nooitaf (admin) commented 9 years ago

#33 post a link to real consequences that actually happened ... because afaik payment systems in shops were working as usual, just the main webpage was laggy or down for a day.

i can think of a lot of deadly "unintended consequenses" that could happen when driving a car but i would still do it. i can think of newspapers stripping their articles by thinking about "unintended consequenses" ,but there would propably be no useful information left to read.i can also think of a censor-layer being placed on the internet, censoring everybody and everything in real time as a man-in-the-middle and the "unintended consequenses" of it. i can also think about the usa planning to have an "internet kill switch" and the "unintended consequenses" of using it. i can also think of the "unintended consequences" of creating a fingerprint/dna/biometric database of everybody because of political pressure. you tell me that you would care about the family, future or health of some guy that is raping a friend of yours in front of your eyes. there might be some aggressive reaction at that moment, you might call the cops, maybe even use force on him with all the "unintended consequenses" .... or you might just look away and let him do his thing. i personally wouldn't approve to do anything that might be illegal on it's own .., but i would probably understand why you wouldn't have cared much about his heart issues or the family that rely on his income or maybe that guy has a company that goes bankrupt because of your actions and lots of people get unemployed and lose their jobs and income and maybe some of them end up shooting themselfs because of this. as you say .. millions of possible "unintended consequenses"... also called the "butterfly effect".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_effect

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+3 36. nooitaf (admin) commented 9 years ago

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i am also sure that there are lots of other people on this planet, that have nothing to do with all of this, who are really tempering with servers all over the world 24/7, all year, so something bad can happen anytime anywhere. but i also know that server-admins are pretty good at making backups and finding other ways to avoid any long term problems, so everything will most likely be fine.

I expect people, in special occations like these, to still give out life sustaining medication till the servers are back up, even if it would be illegal from their perspective. i would probably give you the medication anyway and deal with the legal consequenses later. maybe someone will understand why i did it afterwards. maybe not .. i wouldn't care.
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+2 37. Aviguy commented 9 years ago

Mr. 'Unknown' is newly born & seems to be playing hide-and-seek with real hackers who with sleepless hours use the net from dawn to dusk.........
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+2 38. cored commented 9 years ago

#33
You must understand that the RESPONSIBILITY works both ways. If you choose to denial service for your personal political views maybe the same denial will slap you back.

You are saying HOW MANY LIVES MAY TAKE REAL CONSEQUENCES from these events BUT HOW MANY LIVES WILL BE SAVED with these actions.If the companies just learn their lesson from this.This bond of companies and government is just a tool to achieve their corrupted goals.

I am happen to be in the country where the most of the ruling party is getting arrested and the president of the ruling party is being prosecuted.If similar event like wikileaks happend in my country i would embrace it just beacuse they say that something is not right in your country.