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Hacker group Anonymous is claiming to have effectively knocked offline and sometimes erased a number of prominent Israeli sites. The detailed attack, called operation “OpIsrael,” comes in direct retaliation to hazards from Israel’s government that it might shutter web access to and from Gaza as physical violence between its Israel Defense Force (IDF) and Hamas continues to escalate. “For far too long, Anonymous has stood by with the rest of the world and viewed in despair the barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people in the so called ‘Occupied Territories’ by the Israel Defense Force,” reviews a statement from the group. “However when the government of Israel publicly threatened to sever all Internet and other …
Plus you look like an oldschool video game character!
This the Pixelhead mask by designer Martin Backes. It has the pixelated image of a face printed on it so all the Big Brother cameras in England can’t identify you. Unfortunately, you’ll still be pretty easy to identify as “that f***ing idiot in the pixel face mask”. Way to stick out like a sore thumb. Me? I stick out like an awkward boner. Martin is actually releasing a limited edition of the masks for a staggering €150 (~$ 185), so it’s definitely cheaper to just cut eye holes in a grocery bag. That’s what all my ex-lovers made me do.
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The hacker group Anonymous has been quite busy as of late, claiming responsibility for takedowns of the Department of Justice and numerous record label sites in support of file-sharing site Megaupload, as well as hacking emails and passwords of Syrian government officials. According to Symantec, however, participants in the group’s DDOS attacks may have opened themselves up to being compromised. The security firm explains that on January 20th — the day Megaupload co-founder Kim Dotcom was arrested — links to the Slowloris DDOS tool were changed on a frequently-shared Anonymous how-to guide. A second guide was also posted to Pastebin with the same link, which led to a trojanized copy that installed the Zeus trojan on users’ systems….
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Soon political dissidents, whistle blowers, and those trying to cheat MLB.TV’s blackout restrictions will have an easier way to protect their privacy thanks to a dedicated Tor Browser. For those of you unfamiliar with it, Tor is a tool for anonymizing web browsing and communications through encryption and proxy servers. Trouble is, it requires both a browser extension and a standalone app to work — leaving average users “horribly confused,” according to developer Mike Perry. So, the organization has decided to retire the Tor Button and create its own fork of Firefox with private browsing features baked in. As an added benefit, Tor will no longer be at the mercy of Mozilla to fix bugs that affect privacy and security. For now, the group will focus on its downloadable bundle with automatic configuration scripts for simplifying setup, but eventually the paranoid will have a browser they can finally call their own.
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PlayStation websites, PSN suffer outage: Anonymous claims responsibility, Sony claims ‘sporadic maintenance’
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