Anonymous Has Declared War On China

Theodore Ritz
Source: Business Insider
Apr. 13, 2012, 9:29 AM
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Over the last two weeks the hacker group Anonymous has waged a vigorous campaign against Chinese government, company, and general websites, according to a series of posts by Emil Protalinski over at ZDNet.

They’ve reportedly hacked or defaced hundreds of sites, and the Chinese government has even acknowledged the hacks.

In what would seem to be related news, it was widely reported yesterday that the Chinese government blocked access to all foreign websites for over an hour. Speculation for the causes ranged from damaged cables as a result of the earthquake off Indonesia Wednesday, to the testing of a “kill switch” designed to sever the Chinese internet from the rest of the world.

The “Anonymous China” group launched its twitter account on March 30th and now has nearly 7,000 followers, from which it has been detailing its activities. It was endorsed by the official Anonymous twitter account, @YourAnonNews, which has built up a following of over 560,000 twitter users over the last several years.

The group has acknowledged that they are not Chinese nor are they based in China, made evident by their poor Chinese language skills, but they claim to have recruited some Chinese hackers, and are aiming for more.

This is the “mission statement” of sorts that was posted (in both Chinese and English) on the website pastebin:

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4 Responses to Anonymous Has Declared War On China

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