November 19, 2012

Anonymous Losing Hacking War Against Israel

Sam Biddle, Gizmodo


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While shells and interceptor missiles started flying between Israel and Gaza, Anonymous did what it does best: swore vengeance against a superpower. It had some swagger at first. But as the days go by, we're seeing a weak, confused Anon, not a group of Internet freedom fighters. If you need proof, just look at their sad, confused chatroom.

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TAGGED: hackers, internet, Anonymous

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