Anonymous Exposed Record Label, ISP, GovernmentsAdded: Friday, July 8th, 2011
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
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Last month, famous hacker group Anonymous exposed material from a number of government servers within its AntiSec movement. Now the group seems to keep going that way, uploading a torrent on The Pirate Bay, which exposes a number of organizations, including Viacom and Universal Music.
Anonymous announced their first official AntiSecurity release, which includes various Zimbabwean and Brazilian government dumps and passwords, Mosman Municipal Council dump, as well as Universal Music Group Partners dump containing user passwords and other information, and Viacom dump with internal mapping of its servers.
The industry observers point out that it has been just a week since the LulzBoat lowered the LulzSec flag, changing it for the AntiSecurity colors. Since today, the movement in question seems to be organized by many independent but allied hacker groups. Despite the fact that it was a very short period of time, the fellow hacktivists managed to capture copious amounts of booty, everything in the name of the AntiSecurity movement. So, even though the LulzBoat is still sailing with the movement, regardless of with the LulzSec flag or not, the objective of the campaign is a bit different. Although the movement is still driven by LulzSec and therefore also providing them, its mission has long ago become larger than it initially was. Today the movement is much more than LulzSec or Anonymous – the other hacker groups believe that AntiSecurity really has the capability to change the entire world. And even if it won’t, they will at least try to rock the world.
That’s why the introductory release of the first AntiSecurity dump doesn’t feature the type of information that a common Lulz Lizard can simply abuse mindlessly. Instead, the hackers now provide content that is mostly against corrupt governments (i.e. all governments) and corrupt corporations. The public was warned to keep in mind that AntiSecurity has quite a cache of valuable content and the members are currently working hard to sort it out. The members of the movement also promised the Internet users that they will appear in the news soon enough.
The torrent file containing the first dump is almost 380MB. Undoubtedly, the affected corporations will be unhappy they were the latest to be hacked.
July 8th,2011Posted by:
Friday, July 8th, 2011
|posted by (2011-07-08 15:48:48)|
|Now thats like it... co-operative<>organised<>deadly.|
Lets hope it really ROCKS!
|Whats the torrent called?? Its Probably an interesting read.|
|Yay, go after the record companies, expose how they're really the ones scréwing the musicians, not downloaders!|
|posted by (2011-07-09 04:13:53)|
|Search for "antisec01" on TPB...n they have some other dumps too...|
|Anychance we can get the file here on ET please....|
More power to the people and NONE to petty dictators!
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