ANONYMOUS DECLARES WAR ON ISRAEL

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 4:55 pm » by -Marduk-


ANONYMOUS DECLARES WAR ON ISRAEL



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Greetings Citizens of the world, this is Anonymous. It has come to our attention that the Israeli government has ignored repeated warnings about the abuse of human rights, shutting down the internet in Israel and mistreating its own citizens and those of its neighboring countries. November 2012 will be a month to remember for the Israeli defense forces and internet security forces. We will strike any and all websites that we deem to be in Israeli Cyberspace in retaliation for the mistreating of people in Gaza and other areas. Anonymous has been watching you, and you have received fair warning of our intent to seize control of your cyberspace in accordance with basic humanitarian rights of free speech and the right to live. As of 9:00 AM Pacific Standard Time, the number of attacked Israeli websites is approximately 10,000. The further assault on the people of Gaza, people of Palestine or any other group will be treated as a violation of the Anonymous Collectives intent to protect the people of the World. Israel, it is in your best interest to cease and desist any further military action or your consequence will become worse with each passing hour. This is a message from Anonymous Op Israel, Danger Hackers, Anonymous Special Operations and the Anonymous Collective of the entire planet. We will treat each additional death as a personal attack on Anonymous and you will be dealt with swiftly and without warning. Our hearts are with the women, children and families that are suffering at this very moment, as a direct result of the Israeli Governments misuse of its military. Brothers and sisters of Anonymous, we urge you to protest the Israeli Government and any associated hostile forces. Now is the time for anonymous to help the people that are hurting. Help the people that are being taken advantage of. Help the ones that are dying and it will further the collective as a whole and we can help bring a peace within the Gaza region to those people that so desperately need it. We call on the Anonymous Collective to hack, deface, docks, hijack, database leak, admin takeover, four oh four and DNS terminate the Israeli Cyberspace by any means necessary. To the Israeli Government, Anonymous has grown tired of your bullying, and now you will see the result of your actions. Cyber war has been declared on Israel cyber space and you will see exactly what we are capable of. Israel, the angel of death has been called to your cyberspace. We are Anonymous. We are legion. Expect us and Respect us.

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Hackers declare 'cyber war' on Israel after IDF threatens to cut off internet in Gaza

-Anonymous claims to have defaced more than 650 Israeli websites
-Israelis deny any damage, but admit suffering 60million hack attempts
-Now officer says war is fought on 'three fronts' - including cyber attacks


Hackers' collective Anonymous claims it has declared 'cyber war' against Israel in retaliation for threats to block Palestinians' internet access. As the Israel Defence Forces began airstrikes against targets in the territory, the hacktivist group tried to cripple Israeli sites and government networks. The move came as Israel admitted the war is being fought on 'three fronts' - including physical, social networks and cyber attacks - and triggered calls for a 'cyberdome' protective shield to mirror the 'Iron dome' missile defence system. Israel's finance minister Yuval Steinitz admitted last night that the group - along with other protesters - bombarded Israeli sites with more than 60million hacking attempts. However, he said most of the attacks failed and that the only site that was successfully brought down was up again within minutes.

Anonymous though posted a list of more than 650 Israeli websites it says it has taken down or defaced in retaliation for what it called 'the barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people'.

In a release published online the group said Israel 'crossed a line in the sand' when it 'publicly threatened to sever all Internet and other telecommunications into and out of Gaza'. 'As the former dictator of Egypt Mubarack learned the hard way - we are ANONYMOUS and NO ONE shuts down the Internet on our watch,' the statement added. A subsequent YouTube video added: 'We call on the Anonymous Collective to hack, deface, docks, hijack, database leak, admin takeover, four oh four and DNS terminate the Israeli Cyberspace by any means necessary.

'To the Israeli Government, Anonymous has grown tired of your bullying, and now you will see the result of your actions. 'Cyber war has been declared on Israel cyber space and you will see exactly what we are capable of.'

Following the statement, Carmela Avner, Israel's chief information officer, admitted over the weekend that the latest war 'is being fought on three fronts'.

'The first is physical, the second is the world of social networks and the third is cyberattacks,' she added. The cyber onslaught began after Israel launched warplanes began bombarding Gaza last week in retaliation for rocket fire from the strip. Among attacks staged on Israeli networks, according to The Daily Dot, Anonymous has claimed to have deleted the database of the Bank of Jerusalem and Ministry of Foreign Affairs; they downed Israel's MSN and defaced Windows.co.il; they have leaked personal data of 5,000 officials and the usernames and passwords to a real estate search site; and took the websites for the IDF, Mastercard and Bing offline.The group also released what it called the Anonymous Gaza Care Package containing instructions in Arabic and English on steps to take if the Israelis shut down internet connections to the strip, as well as information on avoiding online surveillance and basic first aid.

Others have joined into what has effectively become a free-for-all attack on Israel. One group, which called itself the Pakistani Cyber Army, claimed responsibility for having hijacked roughly two dozen Israeli-registered sites, including one belonging to Coca-Cola. One of its members, who identified himself only as a Pakistani Muslim, told The Associated Press that more was on the way. 'We won't stop until they stop killing innocent kids and people,' he said. Much of the online onslaught has come in the form of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, a technique that works by overloading a website with traffic, crashing its servers and making it unavailable to users.

Tel Aviv-based security company Radware said the attacks against Israel first began surging across the web on Thursday, describing some as well coordinated DoS attacks. Although such attacks can effectively knock their targets off the web, they're usually temporary and rarely do lasting damage. Ronen Kenig, a Radware analyst, said the flow of rogue traffic wasn't as powerful as attacks that hit the U.S. banking sector two months ago. 'In terms of the amount of traffic, it's not massive,' he said, explaining that the attackers were yet to draw on networks of infected computers - known as botnets - to mount their attacks. Botnets are amassed by hackers and can grow to include thousands of compromised computers, giving them much more firepower than a few dozen online activists acting in tandem. Erel Margalit, chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners, a leading Israeli venture capital firm, has invested significantly in Israel's cybersecurity system but said more must be done.

'Israel has the Iron Dome system (to intercept incoming rockets), but it needs a cyberdome,' he said, noting the government just approved collaboration on the first-ever private cybersecurity incubator to further invest in the industry. 'The start-up nation is also a cybernation, it needs to be defended, and Israel is known to be quite advanced in this field,' he said. Israel is often called the start-up nation because of its technology companies. Mr Kenig said his company had seen evidence the attackers were ramping up their efforts. Technolytics Institute, a private U.S. consultancy, said Israel is prepared to confront incoming threats, rating Israel as fourth behind Russia, China, and the U.S. for cyberintelligence capabilities - not just defensive, but offensive, as well. Kevin Coleman, senior fellow at Technolytics, said while Israel has invested significantly in the industry, Anonymous has become a new, threatening 'virtual state' of sorts. 'When you think about conflict in general, you think about borders, but the internet doesn't have borders,' he said. 'So how do you retaliate against a loose coalition? How do you negotiate a cease-fire with Anonymous?

'We're at the tip of the iceberg in figuring out how to deal with virtual states and creating a new paradigm.

'We need to do it quickly, though. This is the warfare of the future.'

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:08 pm » by zangazanga75


its al qaeda jihadists terrorists hackers financed by iran, pretending to be ANONYMOUS :alien51:

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:16 pm » by Akashicrebel


zangazanga75 wrote:its al qaeda jihadists terrorists hackers financed by iran, pretending to be ANONYMOUS :alien51:



i bet you right. anyway its a fuc*ing brilliant idea !!! :clapper:
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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:20 pm » by zangazanga75


yea well good luck with that

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:23 pm » by The57ironman


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.........This is the warfare of the future.



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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:30 pm » by Akashicrebel


zangazanga75 wrote:yea well good luck with that


im sure that if any anonymous member see that he will say to you:"thank you." since im not a member you dont need to wish me: "good luck with that", its mean nothing for me. but i wish for you and your beloved ones good luck in the current situation, wish nothing bad to happened to you and yours.
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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 5:32 pm » by Rinzler


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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 6:11 pm » by TheDuck


Anonymous didn't claim 650+ defacements.

They did deface over 650 sites...

I had the list when it was going down, some of them swapped their shells back pretty fast but yeah, it was done.

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PostThu Nov 22, 2012 8:26 pm » by TheDuck


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PostThu Nov 22, 2012 9:07 pm » by Flecktarn


will they be targeting the hubs of the iidf ,,, :think: :think: :headscratch: :headscratch: :headscratch: to cease the flow of bullshit and one sided view ,,,
this has to be worth at least five pages of slating me
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