LulzSec Takes Down Cia.gov

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richard in norway's picture

is this false flag

 

 

redpill's picture

Pretty damn hard not to think so.  DDoSing CIA.gov, I mean really?  Why?  Sounds like a set-up to convince people we need the "internet kill switch" bullshit, which is basically declaring a global dictatorship which can pull the plug on modern society at any moment.

 

gdogus erectus's picture

Funny because www.itanimulli.com (illuminati backwards) still works...

sgt_doom's picture

I believe they could get away with it because this lady no longer works there:

http://www.guxed.com/tag/valerie-plame-photos

 

JW n FL's picture

The Vatican comparing hacker philosophy to Christianity: http://j.mp/dS2jZs

 

Holy War Against Corporations!

 

“We the People” NOT! "We the Lobby Whores Who Fuck Over We the Sheepeople"

eureka's picture

Nice link to good contemplations, JW. Thank You.

Manthong's picture

Brilliant.. on the same day this is published:

"The recent rash of disclosures about cyberspying comes as the White House is making its third attempt to push through a historic federal cybersecurity law.

The timing is no coincidence, some cybersecurity analysts say. After two previous bills went nowhere, the White House needs to garner public support for a new law that could equip America for cyberwarfare.

"The best way to do that is to get folks worried that we're under attack from some foreign state like China or North Korea," says Ed Adams, CEO of Security Innovation, which integrates security systems for government agencies."

http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/2011-06-14-cybersecurity-threats-rise_...

WTF? Can it possibly be that easy for them?

CrazyCooter's picture

Just camping the top because I had a thought that cements my perspective on this whole thing.

The reason Lulz went after WoW (World of Warcraft - huge online MMO) is the clinch for me; this is a demographic which is probably largely disconnected from what is going on and will likely be "glad" to see what ever government action is forthcoming. Every night, millions of people come home from work, log in, socialize/raid, and generally get their veggie time. This demographic is usually highly annoyed when servers are down, thus without proper understanding of current world events (read: they are fsking clueless) will immediately desire who ever is responsible to DIAF.

I am now officially 100% in the "Lulz is a goverment operation" camp, the only "outing" with regards to "hacking" will be TPTB sacking enemies held close to the vest. I agree with TD that the internet kill switch is imminent. All hell is about to break lose me thinks.

Regards,

Cooter

wannabe traitor's picture

This makes no sense though. If it was a government operation, the same government owned by the banksters, what is the end result? Take out the internet, and there goes a shitload of  businesses. Wall Street also depends on the internets. My back office phased out the DTCC application and strictly uses the internet version now, as do others.

 

would the gov really bite the hand that feeds it?

Manthong's picture

From that same USA today article:

"the White House is making its third attempt to push through a historic federal cybersecurity law."

"It would establish a framework for distributing billions of dollars for new cybersecurity systems, while placing responsibility for securing cyberspace with the Department of Homeland Security."

That's all a thinking person needs to know.

Patriot act under DHS = toddler fondling
Historic federal cybersecurity under DHS = ?

wanklord's picture

I love Linux!!!

 

Domain lulzsecurity.com

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hungarianboy's picture

Linux is good for running servers nothing more than that.

To whois a domain you can go to www.nic.com as well. Not need to /whois domain tho.

saves a lot learning :-)

#bin/sh! OOOWWWNNSSS :D

 

chumbawamba's picture

Think it through:

They won't kill THE internet, they'll kill OUR internet.

It will be an internet of, by and for commerce.  The connections will be heavily regulated and require huge licensing fees for commerce, but corporations get to write it off.  Your connection will only allow government approved websites.  If you don't register your website with the DoJ and get an approval permit in the form of an encrypted digital security token that must be served up on your website upon login or expiration of session--just like when you get pulled over your license and registration is demanded.  Your blog and all public forums will be heavily moderated by "licensed" moderators or clumsily filtered by special servers installed at the root domain level.  Nothing Google--<ahem> er I mean the government deems "offensive" (to the government, of course) will either be ******** *** or you'll get the equivalent of a 404 error.  They'll probably make it the 666 error, or maybe the 1337 error, as in you're not leet nuff lamer.

So yes, there goes the internet, here comes the totalitarian mind prison.  I'll be lucky if I get this message posted in time.

I'll meet you all in the underground.  POTS and 56K modems aren't that bad ;)

I am Chumbawamba.

Bolweevil's picture

Create the new (old) network. Time to troll the webs for vintage hardware?

Prometheus418's picture

Anyone have a half-decent link to a tutorial on setting up a network of wireless routers?

Could defang this thing if everyone has their own recieve/transmit node.  Probably not fast, but slow is better than nothing.

ibjamming's picture

It was already done...they used home wireless routers with open connections and special software that searched from one network to the other.  They did a whole town (college town).  It was slow as hell...but it did work.

Lord Koos's picture

The CIA site seems to be working fine now.  But 4chan is still down.

Hobbleknee's picture

Seriously, you don't understand why the government would want to control the Internet?

bankonzhongguo's picture

Hackers are gamers and don't attack the very places they like to hang out.  Taking out Sony, Blizzard or Bethesda is not a hacker MO.

The last thing a politically conscious hacker group (when did this come to light again?) is going to do is attack their political base - other whacked out unemployed 20-somethings.

On top of it all, real hackers don't publicize their works.  Maybe amid hacker community, but not twitter.

This is another underwear bomber setup.

To the guys running this:  Real Americans don't run psy-ops on their own people. 

You're a bunch of tools.

 

chumbawamba's picture

That's the thing.  These guys aren't Americans, they're Satan.

I am Chumbawamba.

Bananamerican's picture

hey Chumb

Could you change your handle to "i am self-absorbed, unbalanced, flaming, nigger, douchenozzle" (maybe throw in something about your colon too?) for accuracy's sake? 

magis00's picture

That's nice. I junked you, though.

Zymurguy's picture

You're getting junked for the "n" word fooooo!

JW n FL's picture
by CrazyCooter
on Wed, 06/15/2011 - 21:50
#1373277

 

I am now officially 100% in the "Lulz is a goverment operation" camp, the only "outing" with regards to "hacking" will be TPTB sacking enemies held close to the vest. I agree with TD that the internet kill switch is imminent. All hell is about to break lose me thinks.

 

Regards, Cooter

 

 

 

Sir! Yes!! Sir!!!

chumbawamba's picture

Watch this trend.

This is a watershed dissertation, a turning point.  It means the HRE is now going to full embrace (i.e. coopt) the hackersphere and ultimately the entire online sphere.  The Church is moving into cyberspace and they're intending to take the millenias-old racket into the 21st century.  They're taking over.

My friends (and enemies) it is time to start taking the idea of a revolution seriously.  This document is the clarion call to the foot soldiers.  This is auguring the beginning of the next battle for humanity, to be fought entirely in cyberspace.  It is now, indeed, a brave new world.  It's time to start logging out from this internet and to start building an entirely parallel but hidden and uninterruptable...let's call it the Metanet.  It will be a combination of point-to-point and wideband WiFi, perhaps physical landlines between local points, and VPNs over the Internet to create an entirely redundant yet robust and non-centralized network of, by and for human beings.

This is the real deal.  I do not spout my mouth off about things I do not know.  I know what this document means.  It's time to start to seriously put an effort towards building an alternative from the grass roots level.

Now.

I am Chumbawamba.

Oh regional Indian's picture

With you Chumba.

And from our prev. discussions, as you can imagine, I have an "idea" or three about how.

And yes, short hand-off networks. It's going to take doing, but can be done.

Let me know if you want to get in touch.

ORI

Max Hunter's picture

I'll supply the Jew Bashing...

And i'll help in any way I can..

Bananamerican's picture

 

  "I do not spout my mouth off about things I do not know...."

the fuck you say?

 

"It's time to start logging out from this internet and to start building an entirely parallel but hidden and uninterruptable...let's call it the Metanet."

was the "Chumbanet™" taken?

After you, you 56k douchenozzle....

 

 

 

 

David Davidson's picture

Yep. Hard times for the internet as we know it ahead indeed.

TOR could do the trick, but it'll get you on watch list and vanned probably.

https://www.torproject.org/

 

And who the fuck is junking chumba for this?

Bananamerican's picture

Chumba-nigger has his fans here......and then there are those that know him....

Zymurguy's picture

Chumba',

I'm with you meng.

HAM enthusiasts can set up an interweb thingy through their radio networks too... might be some help.

Oracle of Kypseli's picture

What if.. The CIA has a plan to get the FED when TSHTF and blame it on these guys? No Congress or O'bummer needed.

Go for it CIA. Make his day short. Burn his records

AldoHux_IV's picture

Dressed like the average protestor, but far more violent and malicious the CIA helps create the need to stomp down freedom of speech and the right to revolt (when it's not on their agenda to overthrow a rogue government).

SilverIsKing's picture

I don't think an attack on the CIA website is enough to create perception that an internet kill switch is warranted.

Now, if they take down Facebook, Ebay, Youtube, et al, people will truly understand the importance of a kill switch to "protect" us from those really bad guys.

jus_lite_reading's picture

Why the CIA? Why waste time... I mean they could be going after Wall St crooks instead and wipe out their banks accounts!!! 

redpill's picture

It's just a DDoS attack, they didn't actually get into the CIA servers or anything.

Lord Koos's picture

Yep, this kind of thing isn't really "hacking" at all, & takes little skill.  It's the internet equivalent of driving by and throwing a rock through someone's window.

Badabing's picture

Yea, they should be going after the banks. If they hit the guys that make the laws guess what?

VogonPoet's picture

"Why the CIA?"

um, how about for the lolz?

This is like the old fart cusion on the teacher chair. I loled. I bet the cia is so pissed! They have no sense of humor.

redpill's picture

I still don't understand how they can make the case that shutting off the entire internet is going to help the situation; people still wouldn't be able to access Facebook/Ebay/Youtube or anything else for that matter.  I'm sure their "kill switch" idea would be that they (the government) would still be able to use the 'net but everyone else would be cut off.  Of course for "emergencies" and for our "security" but it doesn't get much more Orwellian than that.

Citxmech's picture

I'm not understanding how you'd justify shutting down the entire internet to keep hackers from shutting down certain websites. 

Isn't that sort of like taking away our freedom to save us from folk who want to take away our freedom?

Oh wait. . .