A Chinese military contractor has strongly denied recent allegations that it was hacked by the Anonymous-affiliated ‘Hardcore Charlie’, but the hacktivist has responded by leaking more documents including US military data which he claims the firm has shared with Vietnam, Ukraine and Russia. Beijing based China National Import & …
OK, so lemme get this straight...
On the one hand, CEIEC insists there was no hack, claiming that “the information reported is totally groundless, highly subjective and defamatory”. And then it also claims "CEIEC reserves the right to take legal action against the relevant responsible individuals and institutions."
So lemme get this straight: CEIEC, in a fit of classic sinobluster, threatens to take legal action against individuals and/or institutions that didn't hack it.
Dudes, do you guys bother to read the crap you spew?
Re: OK, so lemme get this straight...
Except just perhaps they are thinking in terms of slander or lible in which case they can insist that there is no hack - and take legal action.
Re: OK, so lemme get this straight...
I don't know you but i already hate the logic behind your (eventual) code.
Methinks the lady doth protest too much.
Wheels upon wheels upon wheels -
and now, on top of the spies and their false-flag operations, they're going to bring in the lawyers ! Some professions are always in demand....
World War Web Advisory #7: Anonymous Has Been Occupied
"Anonymous" may once have been a homogenous band of high-minded hacktivist heroes working selflessly for the greater good. But sadly, that ship has sailed.
WORLD WAR WEB ADVISORY #7: ANONYMOUS HAS BEEN OCCUPIED
"Anonymous" has been occupied. And no longer just by web warriors laying waste to websites of the wicked, computer wizards worming their way into the iPhones of "Internet Security" frauds, or digital do-gooders doxing Congressional dolts and other corporate-controlled degenerates.
Like Al Qaeda, Anonymous is no longer a band. Like Al Qaeda, Anonymous is now just a brand. Like Al Qaeda, Anonymous is the boogeyman. What "Al Qaida Terrorism" did for the corporate cartel controlling America's Military Industrial Complex, "Anonymous Hacktivism" will do for that same corporate cartel's Terrorism Industrial Complex, the vastness and taxpayer cost of which - if ever disclosed - would certainly defy comprehension:
And like "Al Qaida Terrorist", "Anonymous Hacktivist" is well on its way to becoming synonymous with "stateless enemy", a label we've seen loosely and liberally applied to any and all willing to fight back against the global corporate fascist perpetual war-for-profit machine when it illegally crosses sovereign borders to immorally massacre millions of their innocent wives and mothers, sisters and brothers, and others whose only crime was refusing to become another corporate fascist puppet by compromising their principles in exchange for power or personal gain. And once that label is applied, given AUMF 2001 and now NDAA 2012, the fascist puppet regime in Washington DC can use whatever measures it deems necessary to make the troublemaker disappear - including arresting and detaining indefinitely without charge or trial an unarmed American citizen on American soil:
Also sobering is the ease with which sovereign governments, corporate conglomerates and the global elite who control them can now conduct false flag cyber-ops to advance their agendas and blame them on the brave band of brothers and sisters behind all those virtual Fawkesian masks. Consider, for example: When the FBI penetrated Lulz Security, was their aim merely to probe the hackers, or to impact their agenda? Were all of the federal websites hit in recent weeks hacked by democracy-minded dissidents, or were some of them targeted by Shangdong saboteurs from one of China's six TRBs (technical reconnaissance bureaus)? And what was the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) recruiting hackers for, if not to hack?
Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer for Finnish online security company F-Secure, answers with this:
"Anonymous is like an amoeba, it's got too many different operations run by truly different people which might not share a single person with another operation, but they use the same branding - they are part of the Anonymous brand, just like al-Qaida. Its just a brand nowadays, nothing else. It's run the same, so that, like al-Qaida, anyone can credit an attack to Anonymous and no one's there to say otherwise."
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