No one can arrest Social Activism

Hello world,

Since NATO published its report on cybercrime, security agencies and police departments around the world have started pursuing groups they view as responsible for such activities. The most sought after group is, of course, Anonymous.

Social activism has moved to the Internet for two main reasons: ability to coordinate action and the ease of broadcasting those actions to a large audience.

Governments do not like this. It makes it hard for them to manipulate and control activists’ conversations and actions. The goal of #OpMetalgear is to eradicate or make public the actions of governments to coordinate and manipulate the internet activity of their citizens. But they do not understand the point: social activism is not hacktivism. It is true that Anonymous has associations with hackers, but each anon is different. It is an error to place a body of independent actors under a single label.

The various agencies, however, desire to label us as a ‘hacker group’ for the sole purpose of generating a public motive to pursue us. Since the NATO report, we have suffered detentions in the UK, Spain, Turkey, Italy, and now the USA. They want to stop us because we are informed citizens committed to the destruction of the unjust system they promote. Recent economic news has shown globalization does not work. The only valid aspect of globalization is the widespread dissemination of information; this is why Wikileaks made public their cables. In these days, the twin Freedoms of Speech and Information are more important than ever. A few minor detentions will not deter us; we will never stop defending our rights.

The anons detained have unleashed a new power: the power of silence. Although the anons that got arrested yesterday were released from police custody, they are banned from using the Internet (a basic human right, declared by the U.N. on June 6th 2011) until their trial in September. Their silence on the web is deafening.

The National Lawyer’s Guild is aware of what has occurred and will help the arrested anons. If you are in contact with one of the arrested anons, please inform them so they can seek legal council.

Something which needs to be clarified, the recent raids have in no way slowed us down. The media is trying to make it seem like we took a large blow today. In reality they still fail to understand us, in addition to how it is that we work. They claim to have arrested core members, even “leaders” at times. That is impossible, We all know we have no leaders, no rules, we simply share an idea. Even now this very blog is being written my multiple anons, seemlessly working together, no management, just equality. The arrests today were unjust. The group today were peaceful activists being arrested for believing in freedom, similar to those anons  in Spain,  and we will respond.

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Lulzsec returns while #Antisec targets on Turkish goverment

Lulzsec is back again, and #Antisec is getting even more strength, has targeted mainly Rupert Murdoch after the phone hacking scandal of News Corp, supposed to have hacked phones of 9/11 victims (Guardian).

Lulzsec in return had defaced The Sun, so we could see on The Sun front page the fictional story of  Rupert murdochs death because of palladium, some more info at Examiner, and later redirected to Lulzsecs twitter account timeline. Later on they took down DNS servers of News Corp., so they had “disconnected” from the internet all News Corp. websites as they tweeted @Lulzsec. If you want to know how they made it with a LFI (Local File Inclusion) more details on the Guardian.

But this is not over, we will wait to see the email archive it’s supposed Lulzsec is going to release. Sabu tweeted (tweet) that Rebekah Brooks Ex-News International boss used 63000 as email password. Some more info at TheRegister.

The last hack new of our heros is the deface of a Turkish goverment webpage http://www.vartohem.gov.tr/templates/rhuk_milkyway/index.html , in this deface we could see a adorable cat dancing :3.

For those who are desiring to see this cool deface we copied it so you will be able to see it whenever you want at pastehtml.

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Operación #Voice

Desde AntiSec acaban de lanzar una nueva operación: Operación Voice, cuya descripción podéis encontrar en este pastebin. No piden grandes hackers ni sorprendentes filtraciones, sino sólo que la gente interesada en ayudar busque distintas formas de difundir el mensaje de AntiSec haciendo que todo el mundo conozca la operación, lo que en ella se hace y por qué.

Así que ahora todos aquellos que estéis a favor de la verdad y que hasta el momento no habiáis sabido cómo colaborar con AntiSec tenéis la oportunidad de uniros. Puedes ponerte en contacto con la gente de LulzSec que lleva esta operación en el canal #Voice del server de Anonops. Si quieres saber cómo conectarte al server de Anonymous dirígete a nuestra página de ayuda.

Podéis ayudar creando imágenes, vídeos, comunicados de prensa o simplemente posteando en blogs, foros, comentarios en noticias relacionadas con este tema, etc., todas las novedades sobre #Antisec o explicando en qué consiste. Las ideas no tienen límites así que dejad libre a vuestra imaginación para idear cómo colaborar en la publicidad de la operación… Porque sólo en nuestras manos, que son las vuestras, está el poder hacer llegar el mensaje a todo el mundo.

LulzSec vuelve para un último ataque

La organización LulzSec anunció sus intenciones de volver para su última “Operación misteriosa” después de disolverse a finales del mes pasado y unirse a Anonymous.

La semana pasada, los administradores del sitio web obtuvieron la cuenta de Twitter @pastebin después de usar anteriormente a @pastebincom. Desde LulzSec anunciaron: “Si @pastebin alcanza 75.000 seguidores, realizaremos una operación misteriosa que sembrará el caos” (Tweet original). Ahora mismo tiene alrededor de 15.000 seguidores, 1/5 parte del objetivo en tan sólo una semana.

Pastebin es un sitio web que permite enviar entradas de forma anónima o con una cuenta,  hacerlas públicas o privadas, resaltar cierto texto de acuerdo con la sintaxis de un lenguaje de programación determinado y  borra las entradas automáticamente tras cierto período de tiempo. Permite el intercambio de grandes cantidades de texto de forma anónima, por lo que es favorecido por LulzSec, quien lo ha utilizado como un lugar donde volcar los datos extraídos.

¡Ayuda a la causa! Sigue a @pastebin en Twitter.

#Antisec operando en España

Al fin tenemos los primeros resultados de la operación #AntiSec (Fusión de Anonymous y Lulzsec) a nivel nacional.

Hoy, a eso de las 22:30 de la tarde podía verse en la web del ayuntamiento de Huéscar una entrada un tanto curiosa:

Web Ayuntamiento Huéscar

Si pinchabas en “-> mas” con intención de leer la noticia complete te encontrabas con lo siguiente:

Web Ayuntamiento Huéscar

Si Anoymous, es exactamente lo que parece, la operación #AntiSec ha comenzado a dar sus frutos en España y ha sido denunciando unas subidas de sueldo escandalosas.

Nos pareció muy curioso que se hubiese podido acceder tan fácil a la pagina web de un ayuntamiento pero enseguida recordamos que unos días antes en el canal #anonhispano un compañero nos paso este pastebin que esperamos que todos podáis disfrutar.