Friday 18 November 2011

Anonymous attack

Anonymous declares war on an internal group whose actions would be more faithful to the beliefs of the hackers group. Anonymous seems to have more than enough of a few renegades who use his name to initiate actions that the group does not endorse. The attack on Facebook these days, and claimed by some people claiming to belong to Anonymous seems to have been too much for the scope of the group, who decided to respond.

It's a smaller group, claiming to Anonymous and named "AnonOps," which is the center of the controversy. AnonOps is accused of being "gone to the dark side" and being "blind with power who treat newcomers with contempt and arrogance instead of fighting corruption and censorship on the Internet," says Anonymous.

"AnonOps no longer part of Anonymous, but rather against us as agents of censorship, they are not funny pseudo-activists, and they must be eliminated."

It is mainly on IRC that the war is going for the group. Anonymous is already falling, according to them, 50 servers in AnonOps and announces continue "until they understand." AnonOps does not seem to have responded publicly for the moment the attacks.

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