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Click on an Anonymous link, and you could be DDoS’ing the US government

Anonymous seems to want revenge after the arrest of Megaupload’s founders on piracy charges.

Take care what links you click on, you could be launching a denial-of-service attack against the US government and entertainment industry.


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32 Anonymous suspects arrested in Turkey

Turkish police are reported to have detained 32 people in connection with Anonymous internet attacks on government websites.


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Dutch police website attacked after arrest of suspected hacker

Just a day after Dutch police arrested a 16-year-old boy in connection with Wikileaks-related denial-of-service attacks, websites belonging to the Netherlands computer crime cops and prosecutors have been struck with a similar assault.


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Are DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks against the law?

Is it sensible to volunteer to be part of a distributed denial-of-service attack? Learn first about the legality, and the other DDoSers who may have gone before you, and ended up in jail.


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