Anonymous-RedHack Solidarity


-= Anonymous =- RedHack Solidarity

TRANSCRIPT / INFOSEC

Hello, Turkey.

We are Anonymous.

It has come to our attention that you are preparing to include the Redhack Team into the “Terror Organizations” list.

The group RedHack brought down the Turkish Foreign Ministry website yesterday morning, replacing its contents with pictures showing the Turkish prime minister embracing former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: “Ministry of War and Slavery, not Foreign Affairs.” A caption for the pictures read: “Brothers yesterday, enemies today”

Koru admitted the incident was due to a “weakness of security”. Seven people who are suspected of being members of RedHack are already under arrest.
The investigation into the group has reached a critical position.

The prosecutor who is already conducting a comprehensive investigation into the group, are preparing to include them into the “Terror Organisations” list. Prosecution Office confirmed in his report to the Anti-Terror Branch, that the group has a Marxist-Leninist manifesto. He has consulted the Anti-Terror branch if this group can be treated within the penal code as a terror organisation.

The RedHack team said:
Bro we are not worried about being arrested or killed, we think we still got lot to offer to the people of Turkey. Thats why we are worried. if we are wiped out this people will continue to suffer under the current fascist regime . At least now they see a hope in us. The people still need us.

The RedHack group are not sure of what the next few hours or days will hold for them.
We demand the cessation of these illegitimate attacks against RedHack. We demand the immediate release of innocent people who have nothing to do with RedHack.

We demand the cessation of these operations to instill fear into those who work to uncover truth. Anonymous will support RedHack, and everyone working in Turkey to tear down barriers to free information, until the end.

This support, we will show in every way we possess.
An attack on Redhack is an attack on free information, a free press, free expression and on Anonymous!

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not Forgive.
We do not Forget.
Expect us.

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Anonymous Hackers Launch OpSyria – Video


Anonymous Hackers Launch OpSyria – Video


Some Anonymous hackers have published a statement to announce the start of OpSyria. The hackers threaten Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and “elements within the Syrian Opposition.”

“You are failing your country, you are failing your people, your country faces following the examples of your Egyptian, Lebanese and Tunisian counterparts. Our request is a simple one; cease fire immediately and stop the violence towards the innocent or you will feel our wrath,” the hackers said.

“To the people of Syria, know that Anonymous stands with you in this war against terror,” they added.

The initiators of the operation have not revealed their immediate plans. However, they’ve published what they call a “Syria Care Package,” which contains instructions on how to access the Internet in case the government decides to shut it down.

A couple of days ago, experts warned that if the US launched a military attack against Syria, it was likely that pro-Assad hackers would retaliate with cyberattacks.
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Following the Syrian Electronic Army’s (SEA’s) attack on a Melbourne IT reseller which resulted in the temporary compromise of domain name records for targets as diverse as The New York Times and Twitter, a group claiming association with Anonymous now says it has compromised SEA databases and servers.

As first reported here (in French with NSFW images) and here by Brian Krebs, the attackers say they have compromised SEA servers, obtained members’ names along with user IDs and passwords, and have copied gigabytes of SEA data.

The Twitter stream operated under the handle @blackplans includes screenshots which the operator of that account describes as showing the SEA’s Parallels server, blog logins, and user credentials.

In an online chat with The Register, an “entity or person associated with Anonymous” confirmed the accuracy of the Krebs article, as well as the scale of the compromised data.

The @blackplans associate told El Reg Anonymous had already d0xed – that is, de-anoymised – “five core members” of the SEA.

While the SEA’s Twitter account – @Official_SEA16 – has denied that it’s been compromised and calls the screenshots fakes, the same signature is also used on a complaint posted at Pastebin, asserting that his story and others put individuals at risk of being “tracked and killed by the FSA” (Free Syrian Army).

And More

As the United States and other world powers continue to debate a possible military intervention in Syria, the hacker collective Anonymous has gone ahead with its own intervention, taking on its Syrian counterpart—the Syrian Electronic Army.

It’s a shadow war happening online between two amorphous, grassroots groups. And Anonymous dealt the first blow.

Last week, Anons began releasing data they stole in April after infiltrating a server used by the Syrian Electronic Army. Over the weekend, someone began dumping it all on the so-called “deep web,” a portion of the internet that isn’t accessible by traditional browsers or search engines.

While the Syrian Electronic Army is mostly made up of supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and may receive some material support from the regime, the organization does not appear to have any official relationship with the government, something that appears to be confirmed in the data leaked by Anonymous.

The Syrian Electronic Army has claimed several high-profile security breaches recently, including hacks on the websites of the New York Times, the Washington Post and the US Marine Corps.

Anonymous Press Release Operation Syria (#opSyria).
Silence is a war crime.

Dictator Assad and elements within the Syrian Opposition, you now have the undivided attention of Anonymous. You are failing your country, you are failing your people, your country faces following the examples of your Egyptian, Lebanese and Tunisian counterparts. Our request is a simple one; cease fire immediately and stop the violence towards the innocent or you will feel our wrath.

To the people of Syria, know that Anonymous stands with you in this war against terror.
We vow to do everything we can to hinder war crimes played against you. We will raise awareness in every manner we can. We will assist you in putting an end to this carnage. We have put together the Anonymous Syria Care Package which contains instructions in Arabic and English that will aid you in areas of conflict.We encourage you to download this information, keep it on your person and share it with your fellow Syrians to the best of your ability.

Read more & download Syria Care Package ►
http://www.rezoanonymous.eu/anonymous…

Website Anonymous Operation Syria (#opSyria) ►
https://sy.anonops.com/

AnonOps IRC Network (Anonymous Operation) ►
http://www.rezoanonymous.eu/anonymous…

Radio AnonOps / The Official Radio Station ►
http://www.rezoanonymous.eu/anonymous…

Anonymous – #OpNSA Obama (Barack Obama) Message for the world


Anonymous – #OpNSA Obama (Barack Obama) Message for the world

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We are anonymous.
We are legion. We are everyone. We are everywhere.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.

The state of The UK – Suspect Nation the Documentary


Suspect Nation complete surveillance RFID (full)

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Henry Porter embarks on a journey to look at the surveillance technologies being used in the UK and US today and what lies ahead. Henry also sees security expert Adam Laurie demonstrate how insecure many of these technologies are.

Britain has undergone a huge change in the last few years. Since 9/11, the state has developed a very different view of its’ citizens. New surveillance technologies are penetrating every aspect of our lives and we don’t even know it. Across the country, millions of cameras are watching us. The police will soon be able to record every journey we make and soon the state will want all of our fingerprints and iris scans.

Since Tony Blair’s New Labour government came to power in 1997, the UK civil liberties landscape has changed dramatically. ASBOs were introduced by Section 1 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and first used in 1999. The right to remain silent is no longer universal. Our right to privacy, free from interception of communications has been severely curtailed. The ability to travel without surveillance (or those details of our journeys being retained) has disappeared.

Indeed, as Henry Porter (the Observer journalist famous for his recent email clash with Tony Blair over the paring down of civil liberties) reveals in this unsettling film, our movements are being watched, and recorded, more than ever before.