• BREAKING NEWS: ANONYMOUS HACKS CIA & U.N. COMPUTERS

    February 11, 2012 3:04 am 49 comments

     


    BREAKING NEWS: ANONYMOUS HACKS CIA & U.N. COMPUTERS

     

    <chrisTwire> This just in… The cyber-terrorist group known as Anonymous just struck again. At about 3:10 p.m. EST hackers broke into the CIA’s network and launched a massive distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack. As of 5:31 p.m. EST today CIA.gov

    remains down. No word yet from the government about this senseless cyber-attack.

     

    News of the attack was leaked on Twitter by one of Anonymous’ anti-American, anti-authority mouthpieces, and if this attack is verified this could be Anonymous’ greatest act to date. @YourAnonNews, the Anonymous News agency announced the operation against the American government a success 15 minutes after CIA.gov crashed. Hackers left behind this chilling message… “CIA TANGO DOWN: cia.gov #Anonymous” which included a link to the Russian Website RT.com. Anonymous made its announcement at 3:25 p.m. EST today.

    Anonymous usually announces its intentions just prior to or following an attack with an explanation of why the attack took place; this however was not the case today. Last month as many as 5,000 individual members of Anonymous and affiliated groups launched an attack on several U.S. government Websites in retaliation for the government’s raid that took down MegaUpload, the world’s largest file sharing site.

     

    In June Anonymous and a spin-off group known as LulzSec, a known Muslim anti-Christian hate group engaged in a 51-day cyber assault attacking government and corporate sites. They successfully hacked Senate.gov and FBI affiliates leaving behind this message… “For the lulz.” The attacks raised the visibility of LulzSec’s as well as its infamy.

     

    One member of Anonymous explained a group of anti-pedophile hackers are using seized kiddy porn servers as a botnet against the CIA. Last week the cyber-terrorist group released a recording of a conference call between the FBI and the U.K. discussing law enforcement efforts to take down Anonymous and its global affiliates.

     

    It’s a chilling reality for Americans who are questioning just how secure so called “secure Websites” are. James Canfield with Google posed this question… “If the U.S. government can’t keep their Websites and phone lines secure from these evildoers then no one is safe.” So far the U.S. government has been helpless and vulnerable to these attacks. Law enforcement efforts to identify and take down this Godless hacker group so far appear inept.

     

    A number of large churches in the U.S. are concerned they may be targeted next and have added additional security to their Websites, but no matter how much security you got these cyber-terrorist seem to be able to break in. Meanwhile a number of Americans are asking if our national security is at risk.

    BJB

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    Brother Johnathan Bane Brother Johnathan Bane dedicated his life's work to the service of the Lord when he was a boy growing up in Los Angeles. He has been involved in ministry work most of his life. In 1992 he founded Brother Johnathan's Ministries to provide aid to those impoverished people of Uganda. Brother Johnson lived and worked to develop his ministry in Koya in the Busoga Province from 1999 - 2009. He is now retired and living in Agoura Hills, California where he works as a freelance writer and investigative journalist from home.

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