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PostMon May 14, 2012 1:37 am » by One-23


Christopher Doyon, a.k.a. Commander X, sits atop a hillside in an undisclosed location in Canada, watching a reporter and photographer make their way along a narrow path to join him, away from the prying eyes of law enforcement.

It’s been a few weeks of encrypted emails back and forth, working out the security protocol to follow for interviewing Doyon, one of the brains behind Anonymous, now a fugitive from the FBI.

Doyon, who readily admits taking part in some of the highest-profile hacktivist attacks on websites last year — from Tunisia to Orlando, Sony to PayPal — was arrested in September for a comparatively minor assault on the county website of Santa Cruz, Calif., where he was living, in retaliation for the town forcibly removing a homeless encampment on the courthouse steps.

The “virtual sit-in” lasted half an hour. For that, Doyon is facing 15 years in jail.
Or at least he was facing 15 years in jail, until he crossed the border into Canada in February to avoid prosecution, using what he calls the new “underground railroad” and a network of safe houses across the country.

Thanks to his indictment, Doyon is one of the few Anonymous members whose real name is now publicly known.

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But as the leader of the People’s Liberation Front — a hacker group allied with Anonymous — and the second-most wanted information activist after WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, he prefers not to show his face, and instead dons the ubiquitous Guy Fawkes mask, to wear with his Sunday best: a sweatshirt with the Anonymous calling card, “We do not forgive … We do not forget.”

Terrorists to some, heroes to others, the jury is still out on Anonymous’s true nature. Known for its robust defence of Internet freedom – and the right to remain anonymous — Anonymous came in first place in Time Magazine’s 2012 online poll on the most influential person in the world.

Fox News, on the other hand, has branded the hackers “domestic terrorists,” a role Anonymous has been cast to play in the latest Call of Duty Black Ops II, in which Anonymous appears as the enemy who takes control of unmanned drones in the not-too-distant future. (That creative decision may have put Activision, the creator of the video-game series, at the top of the Anonymous hit list.) For its part, much of what Anonymous does and says about itself, in the far reaches of the Internet, cannot be verified. Nor do all Anons agree on who they are as a group, and where they are going.

Q. What’s next for Anonymous?
A: Right now we have access to every classified database in the U.S. government. It’s a matter of when we leak the contents of those databases, not if. You know how we got access? We didn’t hack them. The access was given to us by the people who run the systems. The five-star general (and) the Secretary of Defence who sit in the cushy plush offices at the top of the Pentagon don’t run anything anymore. It’s the pimply-faced kid in the basement who controls the whole game, and Bradley Manning proved that. The fact he had the 250,000 cables that were released effectively cut the power of the U.S. State Department in half. The Afghan war diaries and the Iran war diaries effectively cut the political clout of the U.S. Department of Defence in half. All because of one guy who had enough balls to slip a CD in an envelope and mail it to somebody.

Now people are leaking to Anonymous and they’re not coming to us with this document or that document or a CD, they’re coming to us with keys to the kingdom, they’re giving us the passwords and usernames to whole secure databases that we now have free reign over. … The world needs to be concerned.


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PostMon May 14, 2012 1:50 am » by Flecktarn


they need a d day type attack and post all the gained info straight away ,just one huge well planned hack ,to bring out the info that is kept from us
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PostMon May 14, 2012 2:24 am » by The57ironman


Flecktarn wrote:they need a d day type attack and post all the gained info straight away ,just one huge well planned hack ,to bring out the info that is kept from us

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.....shouldn't that've been done long ago..?.. :bang;

like around the time julian and wikileaks was hot...?

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PostMon May 14, 2012 2:27 am » by Flecktarn


i do get the impression they are on a ego trip all talk but nothing relay big happens to benefit anyone
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PostMon May 14, 2012 2:35 am » by The57ironman


i hope there is some group ? that has big plans in store...and i ''hope'' it ain't aliens... :lol:

really....''somebodies'' needs to step up to the plate....

and hit it out of the park... :mrcool:

you can sorta feel somethings coming , eh..?
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PostMon May 14, 2012 4:10 am » by Cia212


The57ironman wrote:.....shouldn't that've been done long ago..?.. :bang;

Agreed. It makes me doubt his story.

Remember when Anonymous was going to take down Scientology? After a protest or two, nothing really happened. Same with all of their “targets”. Still, I’d LOVE to read Tesla’s stolen files or Rife’s or a few other inventors – that info has to be in a database somewhere, probably in a warehouse next to the Ark of the Covenant.

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PostMon May 14, 2012 4:19 am » by The57ironman


Cia212 wrote:
The57ironman wrote:.....shouldn't that've been done long ago..?.. :bang;

Agreed. It makes me doubt his story.

Remember when Anonymous was going to take down Scientology? After a protest or two, nothing really happened. Same with all of their “targets”. Still, I’d LOVE to read Tesla’s stolen files or Rife’s or a few other inventors – that info has to be in a database somewhere, probably in a warehouse next to the Ark of the Covenant.

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really....''somebodies'' needs to step up to the plate....

and hit it out of the park...
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PostMon May 14, 2012 4:35 am » by Kinninigan


as long as hackers dont use their superpowers for "the dark side" i support them!
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PostMon May 14, 2012 4:55 am » by Eldorado


Funny though, you say that they are the most powerful.......yet Team Matrix was easily able to take out some Anonymous websites......

Sounds like a popularity contest to me........with the Anon crew trying to steal the show.......

and when you are a decent person and your websites get hacked out of jealousy and spite.....is that fair to lose your life's source of income because some dude is ranting behind a computer.......

do it legally....get their criminal racket exposed....but dont step in to become the authority if you cannot get the job done.......they are going mainstream with their hacking.......not just cracking codes and sharing information....

but now they are trying to steal bank account information and rob millions at their discretion........so this brings down the movement as a whole.
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PostMon May 14, 2012 9:24 am » by Fatdogmendoza


Anonymous might be most powerful organization on Earth




I think that honour probably goes to the British Banking System, particularly The ''City'' of London otherwise known as ''The City''

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London


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