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27 июня, 03:30

NASA Is About to Announce the Discovery of Intelligent Alien Life

Anonymous - NASA Is About to Announce the Discovery of Intelligent Alien Life NASA just arrived with a huge announcement about the Intelligent Alien Life! NASA says aliens are coming! Many other planets throughout the universe probably hosted intelligent life long before Earth did. Non... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit http://FinanceArmageddon.blogspot.com or http://lindseywilliams101.blogspot.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]

27 июня, 01:46

3 CNN staffers resign over retracted Scaramucci-Russia story

The story was posted last Thursday and removed last Friday.

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26 июня, 18:08

NASA планируют сообщить о существовании инопланетян

Представители хакерской сети Anonymous сообщили о том, что аэрокосмическое управление NASA планирует обнародовать данные о существовании внеземных формах жизни. Об этом пишет научный электронный журнал Science Alert. Журнал привел выдержку из речи профессора Томаса Цюрбюхен ав Комитете США по науке, космосу и технологиям, на которую также ссылаются в своем видеообращении члены Anonymous. Цюрбюхен, в частности, заявил о грядущих "беспрецедентных открытиях"

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26 июня, 17:41

At 15 I was tortured in Assad’s prisons. I escaped, but thousands still suffer | Anonymous

Over 10 months I was beaten, starved, whipped and given electric shocks, in brutal prisons in Syria. Now I am free, but my mind never will beFor the 10 months I spent as a detainee in the prisons of Bashar al-Assad, I only saw my family in my dreams. At night, the screams would stop for an hour or two, and I could close my eyes and remember what it was like to be human. When I slept, I would return to my life. Related: Assad’s slaughterhouse defies description, but it’s horrifyingly real | Kate Allen Continue reading...

26 июня, 17:29

Supreme Court Allows Watered-Down Travel Ban To Take Effect For Now

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); The Supreme Court has agreed to review President Donald Trump’s travel ban in October, allowing a watered-down version of the order to go into effect in the meantime. Individuals from the six Muslim-majority countries affected by the ban ― Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen ― who have a bona fide relationship with the United States aren’t blocked from entering the country. The court’s order released Monday said a “close familial relationship is required” for individuals who wish to live with or visit a family member. When the relationship is with an entity like a university, it must be “formal, documented, and formed in the ordinary course, rather than for the purpose of evading” the executive order. As an example, they said, students and lecturers would have a formal relationship, as would someone who accepted employment with an American company. But it would not apply to someone who “enters into a relationship simply to avoid” the executive order. For example, the order said, “a nonprofit group devoted to immigration issues may not contact foreign nationals from the designated countries, add them to client lists, and then secure their entry by claiming injury from their exclusion.” The announcement shouldn’t disrupt most of the people who would otherwise be traveling to the U.S. from these six countries. Many refugees who are resettled in the U.S. come from the six targeted countries, but since they work with federally funded resettlement agencies they should qualify as having a bona fide relationship with the U.S. “The parts that are allowed to go into effect are actually incredibly narrow,” Becca Heller, executive director of the International Refugee Assistance Project, said Monday. “Almost anyone coming to the U.S. who has a visa or who has been in the refugee program has some kind of tie to a U.S. person.” The scope of what consists of a bona fide tie to the U.S. isn’t clear, and many advocacy groups are worried federal agencies will each interpret it differently. Such differences could lead to confusion yet again at airports, noted Johnathan Smith, legal director of Muslim Advocates. IRAP is preparing to send lawyers to airports across the U.S. in the event that those with visas find themselves detained. The Department of Homeland Security assured in a statement Monday that it would implement the order “professionally, with clear and sufficient public notice, particularly to potentially affected travelers.” The American Civil Liberties Union responded to the announcement with a message for Trump: BREAKING: #SCOTUS to take up Trump's Muslim ban. We'll see him in court. #NoMuslimBanEVER— ACLU National (@ACLU) June 26, 2017 “President Trump’s Muslim ban violates the fundamental constitutional principle that government cannot favor or disfavor any one religion,” Omar Jadwat, director of the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, who argued the appellate case, said in a statement. “Courts have repeatedly blocked this indefensible and discriminatory ban. The Supreme Court now has a chance to permanently strike it down.” “I am pleased that the Supreme Court has decided to hear this case and the Department of Justice looks forward to arguing on behalf of the President and his constitutional duty to protect the national security of the United States,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. “We have seen far too often in recent months that the threat to our national security is real and becoming increasingly dangerous. Groups like ISIS and al Qaeda seek to sow chaos and destruction in our country, and often operate from war-torn and failed countries while leading their global terror network. It is crucial that we properly vet those seeking to come to America from these locations, and failing to do so puts us all in danger.” Within two weeks of taking office, Trump issued an executive order restricting visits from seven Muslim-majority countries ― the six previously listed plus Iraq ― for three months and suspending America’s refugee resettlement program, arguing that federal officials needed to review the vetting process in the interest of national security. The order fulfilled one of the new president’s most controversial campaign promises. But the chaotic weekend that ensued ― dozens of people detained at airports and protests nationwide ― also played an early role in defining the Trump administration as clumsy and disinterested in the details and process of policymaking.  Trump signed the order without letting key officials, including Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, review it beforehand. Customs and Border Protection agents struggled to interpret whether the order applied to green card holders and to those who arrived carrying valid visas. Protests erupted at airports across the country. Apparently unfazed, Trump told reporters the day after signing the order that the travel restrictions were “working out very nicely,” adding that, “you see it at the airports, you see it all over.” The confusion ended the night of Jan. 29, when a federal judge in Brooklyn issued an injunction to keep key parts of the executive order from going into effect while legal challenges moved forward. The next day, DHS Secretary Kelly formally exempted green card holders from the provisions of the executive order. In the following months, several other federal judges issued similar rulings saying the order should be halted. Trump signed a second order in March ― this time removing Iraq from the original list of seven countries after negotiations with the Iraqi government ― in an attempt to clean up the legal problems posed by his first order. But the result was largely the same. Appeals courts in the 9th and 4th U.S. Circuits have upheld injunctions keeping the travel restrictions from going into effect. The Department of Justice appealed both cases, bringing them all the way to the Supreme Court. While the White House has almost unbridled authority to restrict who is allowed to enter the country, U.S. officials cannot discriminate against visitors for religious reasons. Trump’s bombastic words from the campaign trail came back to haunt him as the courts considered his orders.   “The evidence in the record, viewed from the standpoint of the reasonable observer, creates a compelling case that [the executive order’s] primary purpose is religious,” the 10-3 ruling issued by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in May reads. “Then-candidate Trump’s campaign statements reveal that on numerous occasions, he expressed anti-Muslim sentiment, as well as his intent, if elected, to ban Muslims from the United States.” Trump remained such a staunch defender of his travel ban that he vowed to “fight this terrible ruling,” all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary, after a Hawaii federal judge blocked parts of the second ban in March. Read the court’s order below: SCOTUS Travel Ban by Anonymous 2lblWUW6rS on Scribd This article has been updated with more information about how refugees will be affected by the order. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

26 июня, 17:15

Supreme Court Backs Church In Key Religious Rights Case

WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with a church that objected to being denied public money in Missouri, potentially lessening America’s separation of church and state by allowing governments more leeway to fund religious entities directly. The justices, in a 7-2 ruling, found that Missouri unlawfully prevented Trinity Lutheran Church access to a state grant program that helps nonprofit groups buy rubber playground surfaces made from recycled tires. Conservative Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for the majority, said that the exclusion of the church “solely because it is a church, is odious to our Constitution.” In denying the church’s bid for public funding, Missouri cited its constitution that bars “any church, sect or denomination of religion” or clergy member from receiving state money, language that goes further than the U.S. Constitution’s separation of church and state. Trinity Lutheran, which runs a preschool and daycare center, wanted a safer surface for its playground. Its legal fight was led by the Alliance Defending Freedom conservative Christian legal advocacy group. The dispute pitted two provisions of the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment against each other: the guarantee of the free exercise of religion and the Establishment Clause, which requires the separation of church and state. Trinity Lutheran argued that Missouri’s policy violated its right to exercise religion as well as the U.S. Constitution’s promise of equal protection under the law. Missouri argued there was nothing unconstitutional about its grant program, noting that Trinity Lutheran remained free to practice its faith however it wants despite being refused state funds. Three-quarters of the U.S. states have provisions similar to Missouri’s barring funding for religious entities. Just before the April oral argument, Missouri’s Republican governor, Eric Greitens, reversed the state policy that had banned religious entities from applying for the grant money, saying it was wrong for “government bureaucrats” to deny grants to “people of faith who wanted to do things like make community playgrounds for kids.” Nonetheless, Missouri and the church both urged the justices to decide the case because of the important issues involved and because the governor’s action was not irreversible. Trinity Lutheran sued Missouri in federal court in 2012. The St. Louis-based 8th U.S. Circuit Courtof Appeals in 2015 upheld a trial court’s dismissal of the suit. The church then appealed to theSupreme Court. (Reporting by Lawrence Hurley; Editing by Will Dunham) Read the court’s opinion below: Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer by Anonymous 2lblWUW6rS on Scribd -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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26 июня, 16:39

Хакеры Anonymous: NASA скоро расскажет о существовании инопланетной жизни

Представители хакерской группировки Anonymous утверждают, что в ближайшее время ученые из NASA опубликуют имеющиеся у них данные о существовании внеземной жизни. Стоп-кадр из видео в YouTube На видео представители Anonymous отмечают, что

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26 июня, 14:22

Anonymous: NASA будут вынуждены предоставить доказательства существования инопланетян

Самая известная в мире хакерская организация Анонимус (Anonymous) разместила очередное разоблачение. На этот раз — космического агентства NASA.

26 июня, 13:26

Хакеры из Anonymous утверждают, что НАСА скоро расскажет об открытии инопланетной жизни

Представители знаменитой хакерской группировки Anonymous утверждают, что специалисты НАСА в ближайшее время обнародуют имеющуюся у них информацию о существовании инопланетной жизни. Киберпреступники уверены, что американцам есть, что рассказать на этот счет.

26 июня, 13:08

5 super Soviet models who ruled the catwalk

Being a fashion model in the USSR was not considered a very prestigious trade, and it was a difficult job. In the 1960s, young models made just 76 rubles per month (around $150 in today's money) for their work, which included 12-hour shifts toiling in fitting rooms and on the catwalk of the National Model House. They had to buy, with their own money, the shoes and cosmetics for their shows. One of the few benefits of the job was the ability it granted these women to peek through the Iron Curtain while touring through foreign countries. Models were known to inform on each other, anonymously, in order to reduce competition or as a way to gain permission from the KGB to exit the country, even temporarily. However, Soviet rules applied to the models even while they were on international tours, and any contact with foreigners was severely limited. During every conversation, they were expected to remember minute details, which they passed on to KGB officers upon returning to the USSR. They were also supposed to constantly project a positive image of the country while representing the ideal Soviet woman. A patrolman would check, each night at 9 p.m., to ensure that all of the modeling delegation members were in their hotel rooms. Here we have collected the bios and photos of the Soviet Union's top five most popular fashion models. 1. Regina Zbarskaya (1935-1987, career peaked at age 25): The Kremlin's most beautiful weapon Model Regina Zbarskaya. / RIA Novosti Regina Zbarskaya came to international fame in Paris during the 1960s. She was dubbed the “Kremlin's most beautiful weapon” and also referred to as the “Russian Sophia Loren.” Zbarskaya wandered into the profession of modeling by chance. She became acquainted with Vera Aralova, a designer, at a party and was invited to pose as a model in Aralova's shows. The Soviet catwalk queen's fate proved tragic, however. Following her divorce with the Soviet artist Lev Zbarsky, she started a relationship with a Yugoslavian photographer. Upon their divorce, Zbarsky published a book titled One Hundred Nights with Regina Zbarskaya. In this book, he revealed intimate details of his life with the model and claimed she had made anti-Soviet statements, which embroiled Zbarskaya in a major political scandal. Zbarskaya folded under the pressure and attempted suicide. This resulted in her being sent to therapy, though she eventually did return to the catwalk. Nevertheless, her life continued to be filled with misfortune and she took her own life by overdosing on sleeping pills in 1987 at the age of 52. 2. Mila Romanovskaya (born 1945, career peaked at age 24): The Russian Snow White   Read more: Beauty in exile: Miss Russia pageants in Paris before World War II

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26 июня, 08:00

Раскрыты масштабы торговли наркотиками в российском "темном" интернете

Объем торговли наркотиками в российском темном интернете превышает два миллиарда рублей в месяц. Об этом сообщается в готовящимся к публикации расследовании «Ленты.ру». По словам администратора действующей в анонимной сети Tor нелегальной площадки Russian Anonymous Marketplace (RAMP), в 2016 году

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26 июня, 07:35

Раскрыты масштабы торговли наркотиками в российском «темном» интернете

Объем наркоторговли в российском «темном» интернете превышает два миллиарда рублей в месяц. По словам администратора нелегальной площадки Russian Anonymous Marketplace (RAMP), в 2016 году наркоторговцы закупили и продали психоактивных веществ на сумму в 24 миллиарда рублей

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26 июня, 00:21

Названы самые распространенные наркотики в российском Tor

Самыми распространенными наркотиками в российском «темном» интернете оказались марихуана, гашиш и экстази. Журналисты издания пять раз за три месяца проанализировали предложения в системе моментальных магазинов нелегальной площадки по торговле психоактивными веществами Russian Anonymous Marketplace (RAMP).

25 июня, 23:20

The 9 Worst Mistakes You Can Ever Make At Work

No matter how talented you are or what you’ve accomplished, there are certain behaviors that instantly change the way people see you and forever cast you in a negative light. We’ve all heard of (or seen firsthand) people doing some pretty crazy things at work. Truth is, you don’t have to throw a chair through a window or quit in the middle of a presentation to cause irreparable damage to your career. There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. “You can’t make the same mistake twice, the second time, it’s not a mistake, it’s a choice.” - Anonymous There doesn’t have to be a single, sickening moment when you realize that you just shoved your foot firmly in your mouth, either. Little things can add up over time and undermine your career just as much as (or more than) one huge lapse in judgment. Self-awareness is a critical skill in the workplace. It’s the foundation of emotional intelligence, a skill set that TalentSmart research shows is responsible for 58 percent of your job performance. If you remain self-aware, these mistakes are all things that you can control before they creep up on you and damage your career. 1. Over-promising and under-delivering. It’s tempting to promise the moon to your colleagues and your clients, especially when you’re honest and hardworking and believe that you can do it. The problem is that there’s no point in creating additional pressure that can make you look bad. If you promise to do something ridiculously fast and you miss the deadline by a little bit, you’ll likely think that you did a good job because you still delivered quickly. But the moment you promise something to someone, they expect nothing less. You end up looking terrible when you fall short, which is a shame, because you could have done the same quality work in the same amount of time with great results if you’d just set up realistic expectations from the beginning. This is one of those situations where perception matters more than reality. Don’t deliberately undershoot your goals; just be realistic about the results you can deliver so that you’re certain to create expectations that you will blow out of the water. 2. Having an emotional hijacking. My company provides 360° feedback and executive coaching, and we come across far too many instances of people throwing things, screaming, making people cry, and other telltale signs of an emotional hijacking. An emotional hijacking demonstrates low emotional intelligence, and it’s an easy way to get fired. As soon as you show that level of instability, people will question whether or not you’re trustworthy and capable of keeping it together when it counts. Exploding at anyone, regardless of how much they might “deserve it,” turns a huge amount of negative attention your way. You’ll be labeled as unstable, unapproachable, and intimidating. Controlling your emotions keeps you in the driver’s seat (something you can develop through emotional intelligence training). When you are able to control your emotions around someone who wrongs you, they end up looking bad instead of you. 3. Sucking up to your boss. Some people suck up to their boss and call it managing up, but that isn’t the case at all. Sucking up has nothing to do with a real relationship built on respect; it is sneaky and underhanded. Suck-ups try to get ahead by stroking the boss’s ego instead of earning his or her favor. That doesn’t go over well with colleagues who are trying to make it on merit. Yes, you want to bolster your relationship with your boss, but not by undermining your colleagues. That’s the key distinction here. For a boss-employee relationship to work, it has to be based on authenticity. There’s no substitute for merit. 4. Eating smelly food. Unless you happen to work on a ship, your colleagues are going to mind if you make the entire place smell like day-old fish. The general rule of thumb when it comes to food at work is, anything with an odor that might waft beyond the kitchen door should be left at home. It might seem like a minor thing, but smelly food is inconsiderate and distracting—and so easily avoidable. When something that creates discomfort for other people is so easily avoided, it tends to build resentment quickly. Your pungent lunch tells everyone that you just don’t care about them, even when you do. 5. Backstabbing. The name says it all. Stabbing your colleagues in the back, intentionally or otherwise, is a huge source of strife in the workplace. One of the most frequent forms of backstabbing is going over someone’s head to solve a problem. People typically do this in an attempt to avoid conflict, but they end up creating even more conflict as soon as the victim feels the blade. Anytime you make someone look bad in the eyes of their colleagues, it feels like a stab in the back, regardless of your intentions. 6. Negativity. Sometimes when you’re feeling negative and down, your mood can leak out and affect other people, even if you don’t intend it to. You were hired to make your boss’s and your team’s jobs easier, not harder. People who spread negativity through their department and complain about the work or other people complicate things for everyone else. If people always have to tiptoe around you so as not to dislodge that massive chip on your shoulder, they are unlikely to be willing to do it for very long. 7. Gossiping. People make themselves look terrible when they get carried away with gossiping about other people. Wallowing in talk of other people’s misdeeds or misfortunes may end up hurting their feelings if the gossip finds its way to them, but gossiping will make you look negative and spiteful every time, guaranteed. 8. Bragging. When someone hits a home run and starts gloating as they run the bases, it’s safe to assume that they haven’t hit very many home runs. On the other hand, if they hit a home run and simply run the bases, it conveys a business-as-usual mentality, which is far more intimidating to the other team. Accomplishing great things without bragging about them demonstrates the same strong mentality—it shows people that succeeding isn’t unusual to you. 9. Announcing that you hate your job. The last thing anyone wants to hear at work is someone complaining about how much they hate their job. Doing so labels you as a negative person and brings down the morale of the group. Bosses are quick to catch on to naysayers who drag down morale, and they know that there are always enthusiastic replacements waiting just around the corner. Bringing It All Together These behaviors may sound extreme and highly inconsiderate, but they have a tendency to sneak up on you. A gentle reminder is a great way to avoid them completely. What other behaviors should I add to this list? Please share your thoughts in the comments section, as I learn just as much from you as you do from me. Want to learn more from me? Check out my book, Emotional Intelligence 2.0. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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25 июня, 19:43

Греческие хакеры заявили о взломе сайта турецкого банка

Группа греческих хакеров Anonymous Greece объявила о взломе сайта одного из крупнейших турецких банков TSKB. Читать далее

25 июня, 19:33

Греческие хакеры сообщили об успешном взломе турецкого банка

Группировка греческих хакеров Anonymous Greece сообщила на своей странице в соцсети об успешном взломе одного из крупнейших банков Турции — TSKB. В подтверждение своих слов кибервзломщики опубликовали скриншот страницы банка, на которой говорится, что сервис недоступен. Кроме того, в результате кибератаки греков были выведены из строя ещё более 300 турецких сайтов. — Турецкая банковская система TSKB упала. Турки, запомните, лучшая защита — это нападение, — говорится в обращении хакеров. Отметим, причиной кибервойны между двумя государствами стали протесты греческих граждан, которые оказались возмущены чтением Корана в бывшем православном соборе Святой Софии в Стамбуле. В ответ на эти протесты турецкие хакеры взломали официальный сайт премьер-министра Греции Алексиса Ципраса.

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25 июня, 19:01

Греческие хакеры сообщили о взломе сайта турецкого банка

Группа греческих хакеров Anonymous Greece заявила, что взломала сайт одного из крупнейших турецких банков TSKB.

25 июня, 18:53

Хакеры заявили, что турецкая банковская система TSKB "упала"

Группа греческих хакеров Anonymous Greece взломала сайт одного из крупнейших турецких банков TSKB. Кибервойна греческих и турецких хакеров началась после того, как греки выступили в чтения Корана в соборе Святой Софии в Стамбуле.

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25 июня, 18:47

Греческие хакеры взломали сайт турецкого банка из-за чтения Корана в соборе Святой Софии

Группа греческих хакеров Anonymous Greece заявила, что взломала сайт одного из крупнейших турецких банков TSKB. Об этом Anonymous Greece написали на своей странице в Facebook. "Турецкая банковская система TSKB упала. …

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25 июня, 18:07

US hedge fund in anonymous bet against Tesco shares

Fresh questions raised over efficacy of European short selling disclosure rules

16 марта 2014, 19:18

Украинские хакеры выложили в сеть переписку представителей партий "Удар" и "Батькивщина"

БРЮССЕЛЬ, 16 марта. /Корр. ИТАР-ТАСС Денис Дубровин/. Украинская ячейка международной сети Anonymous и группа хакеров, назвавшаяся "КиберБеркут", выложили в интернет электронную переписку представителей руководства украинских партий "Удар" и "Батькивщина". Архивы с перепиской содержат сообщения, которыми обменивались региональные лидеры партий в Киеве, Львове, Донецке, Харькове и Луганске. В сообщениях, в частности, обсуждается организация силовых провокаций на Восточной Украине с участием активистов "Правого сектора". Никаких независимых подтверждений этой информации, добытой незаконным путем, не существует. Группа украинских хакеров, назвавшаяся "КиберБеркут", в ночь с субботы на воскресенье обрушила основные информационные ресурсы НАТО, которые более 12 часов работали с серьезными перебоями. Их функционирование восстановилось в полной мере только после того, как хакеры распространили заявление "о прекращении DDoS-атаки на ресурсы НАТО". Пока неизвестно, смогли ли эксперты по киберобороне НАТО установить источник атаки и будет ли альянс выдвигать судебные претензии хакерам. Распределенный отказ в обслуживании, известный под английской аббревиатурой DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service), - это один из наиболее распространенных методов хакерского нападения, цель которого - перегрузить системы огромным количеством запросов, автоматически направляемых одновременно с большого числа компьютеров.

07 апреля 2013, 15:11

Хакеры Anonymous напали на Израиль

Сайты правительственных организаций Израиля подвергаются кибератакам хакеров, передает Associated Press со ссылкой на израильские СМИ.Представители организации Anonymous сообщили в социальной сети Twitter о начале "операции Израиль". Как стало известно, атакам подверглись сайты министерства обороны и министерства образования Израиля, а также целый ряд сайтов израильских банков.Утверждается, что ни один сайт не прекратил своей работы, и все атаки были до сих пор успешно отражены.По словам представителей Anonymous, атаки на сайты правительства Израиля являются ответом на авиаудар, нанесенный израильскими военно-воздушными силами по сектору Газа 3 апреля 2013г.Напомним, в ноябре 2012г. Израиль провел в секторе Газа, находящемся под контролем палестинского движения "Хамас", восьмидневную военную операцию "Облачный столп". Конфликт завершился перемирием, достигнутым при посредничестве Египта.Источник: РБК.руИ в дополнение:«Anonymous» раскрыли сеть из 30 000 тайных агентов Моссада: вычислить израильского террориста теперь может каждыйХакерская организация Anonymous взломала информационную систему «израильского» «Моссада»Несколько дней назад хакерская организация «Anonymous», использующая в качестве своего символа знаменитую «маску Гая Фокса», взломала информационную систему «израильского» «Моссада», раскрыв сеть из 30 000 тайных агентов, часть из которых отнесены к категории «киллеров». Кроме того, хакеры опубликовали тысячи имен, ID-номеров, почтовых адресов и паспортных данных израильских политиков и офицеров ЦАХАЛа. Вскоре после взлома «израильский» режим наводнил интернет угрозами в адрес «Anonymous», обещая расправу в случае утечки информации о террористических ячейках сионистов. Еврейская террористическая организация из 30 000 разбросанных по всему миру преимущественно этнических агентов, не только обладает навыками по взлому, работе со взрывчаткой, минированию автомобилей, похищению и убийству людей, но до сих пор и непременно уходила от ответственности за преступления.Вычислить израильского шпиона и сообщить о нем в ФСБ теперь каждый может по следующим спискам: http://cryptome.org/2013/03/mossad-opisrael.pdf или http://cryptome.org/2013/03/mossad-opisrael.zipНесмотря на иврит здесь легко вычисляются пользователи яндекса и других электронных почт, таких, как: Леонид Семеш (semesh@yandex.ru), Юрий Крайцман (yorri11@yandex.ru), Марк Шейман (mark-sheiman@yandex.ru), Анна Макаренко (anna_makarenk@yandex.ru), Анжелика Гитман (gitmananjelika@yandex.ru), Анна Довженко (annadovzhenko@yandex.ru), stabil2@yandex.ru, sergey02@yandex.ru, и другие милые люди, грабящие Россию и готовые, при случае, взорвать метро, аэровокзал Домодедово или просто воткнуть вам нож в спину…Источник: http://communitarian.ru/novosti/interne/anonymous__raskryli_set_iz_30_000_taynyh_agentov_mossada_06042013/Источник http://martinis09.livejournal.com/620533.html