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So Anonymous is going to "try" to take down the 13 root DNS servers of the Internet...Should make for an interesting Saturday if they actually can get it done in the first place....with only 50ppl at that according to one of the IRC chat logs posted at erratasec link below...

 

http://www.bgr.com/2012/03/28/anonymous-hackers-plan-to-shut-down-the-internet-this-saturday/

 

http://pastebin.com/GFkQnf6e

 

http://erratasec.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-anonymous-cant-ddos-root-dns-servers.html

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So Anonymous is going to "try" to take down the 13 root DNS servers of the Internet...Should make for an interesting Saturday if they actually can get it done in the first place....with only 50ppl at that according to one of the IRC chat logs posted at erratasec link below...

 

http://www.bgr.com/2...-this-saturday/

 

http://pastebin.com/GFkQnf6e

 

http://erratasec.blo...ns-servers.html

 

Hmmmm, interesting.

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yeah so if your internet for some reason doesn't work Saturday at least you'll know whats going on and not freaking out. lol

 

Though the post on that last link I put up there disputes some of the claims, and inside it it has a copy of the IRC chat where they claim to be doing this with only 50ppl....if that is the case and it does get done with only 50 ppl doing even part of it seems like a steep feat based on the erratasec.blog article...

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My buddies! I guess I should go order new credit cards now and secure my bank accounts. I'm sure I'll get a visit from the FBI asking why I sent donations to Al Qaeda, the Nazi's and the drug cartels. Can I use you guy's as character witnesses?

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My buddies! I guess I should go order new credit cards now and secure my bank accounts. I'm sure I'll get a visit from the FBI asking why I sent donations to Al Qaeda, the Nazi's and the drug cartels. Can I use you guy's as character witnesses?
lol probably not a good idea. I remember in college I went into a chat room inhabited by hackers and called them out, but that was in a computer lab. I saw the IP address published in the chat room and got up and left. Lol

 

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lol probably not a good idea. I remember in college I went into a chat room inhabited by hackers and called them out, but that was in a computer lab. I saw the IP address published in the chat room and got up and left. Lol

 

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I hope that never happens to me, lol. That would be scary.

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