Following a series of highly-publicized attacks on the websites and computer networks of government and private sector entities across the globe, Anonymous is cautioning future targets something that they think should have known clear from recent past activities: they’re serious. Since the start of their Internet crusades, it’s the calling card that Anonymous has signed-off their online assaults with “You should have expected us.”

The hacktivists collective continues to come down hard on unsuspecting websites of corrupt corporations and governments, they’re offering the warning once more Operatives in the Anonymous hacking collective announced that their ruthless assaults and raids will not cease. Campaigns will continue, says the group, and they will carry on with revealing the results of their handiwork every week.

Throughout 2011, the group regularly released information they obtained by infiltrated government computers. After a break in the campaign, the group revisited Friday Anonymous released the audio of a conference call between the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and Britain’s Scotland Yard in which both discuss the collective Anonymous. The call was conducted in January and the FBI has since confirmed its authenticity.


 Early Friday, 17,Feb. 2012 several websites owned and operated by the US government were defaced as part of latest protest against online censorship. Anonymous, the elusive hacktivist group known for masterminding similar assaults, is taking credit. ………. NEXT?

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