The smoke has cleared from Anonymous's Bonfire Night hacking spree with a denial from PayPal that it had been hacked. The payments-processing firm appeared to have been highest profile target of the hacking spree, but apparently this was an error caused by the tweeting and retweeting of an erroneous post by a cyber security …
"....by hundred of Anons outside the Houses of Parliament......"
"Kree Love, 18, a student from South Kensington, said: "People have come to this protest because it is central and it is the best way to get our point across." "
maybe she should have said what he hell the point was? isnt that the point of a demonstration? its in the name. bet none of em knew.
"whadda we want"
"when do we want it?"
repeat until your cause is lost
For their next trick...
Successfully hacked 127.0.0.1....
Meanwhile Monsieur Cameron is touring Middle Eastern dictatorships whoring British wares and he's NOT BEING HACKED AT ALL.
Re: For their next trick...
It sounds like Anonymous is nothing but a pack of over rated script kiddies!!!!
John Leyden is probably going to wake up one day to find that his twitter feed has been replaced by goatse and cats.
What do hippies have to do with anything about this story?
Anonymous is an insignificant bunch of clowns. They can't even lie well.
No! Not ZPanel!
Er, who are they?
"Hack the Planet (HTP)"
Should have gone for Hack the Total Planet (HTTP). Much cooler.
Hard to get good search engine placement, though...
Couldnt have said it better!
"Instead of the promised pyrotechnics, #OpNov5 only delivered damp squibs, false attribution, confusion and few script-kiddies exploding unimpressive but loud bangers. Everybody involved, especially those who hyped up the non-event, should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves"
My hats off to El Reg calling it how we all see it!
It's hardly Unknown Soldier territory is it?