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  1. By Steven Musil February 4, 2014 10:30 PM PST Unit of the U.K.'s communications intelligence agency used the cyberattack method against hacktivist groups, according to documents supplied to NBC news by Edward Snowden. A British spy unit turned a cyber attack method favored by Anonymous against it and other hacktivist groups, according to an NBC report based on documents removed from the NSA by Edward Snowden. A division of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the U.K.'s communications intelligence agency, used distributed-denial-of-service attacks to disrupt communications among
  2. Anonymous is testing Airchat, a free communications tool for the world that uses only radio waves Lulz Labs Online hacktivist collective Anonymous has announced that it is working on a new tool called Airchat which could allow people to communicate without the need for a phone or an internet connection - using radio waves instead. Anonymous, the amorphous group best known for attacking high profile targets like Sony and the CIA in recent years, said on the Lulz Labs project's Github page: "Airchat is a free communication tool [that] doesn't need internet infrastructure [or] a cell phone netwo
  3. ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro 5.20 ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro is the privacy tool that anybody would need to use to protect their online experience. Browsing, buying online, watching online TV channels or reading online newspapers are part of our daily life. What is important to know is that when we connect to the Internet we are exposed, our buying/browsing habits and our confidential data are at risk. Features ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro has many key features like:Protect your privacy and browse anonymously on the internet.Many proxy servers available from all over the world: USA, Germany,
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  5. ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro 5.30 ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro is the privacy tool that anybody would need to use to protect their online experience. Browsing, buying online, watching online TV channels or reading online newspapers are part of our daily life. What is important to know is that when we connect to the Internet we are exposed, our buying/browsing habits and our confidential data are at risk. Features ChrisPC Anonymous Proxy Pro has many key features like:Protect your privacy and browse anonymously on the internet.Many proxy servers available from all over the world: USA, Germany,
  6. We are living in an era of Mass Surveillance, conducted by the Government Agencies like the NSA and GCHQ, and we ourselves gave them an open invitation as we all have sensors in our pockets that track us everywhere we go i.e. Smartphone. Encryption and security are more important today than any other time in our history. So, the best proactive way to keep your tracks clear is - Always use only trusted privacy tools and services. The same folks behind the Anonymity Tool, Tor Browser Bundle is currently working on a new Privacy tool called 'Tor Instant Messaging Bundle' (TIMB), that will he
  7. Some believe that bitcoin’s anonymous properties are a bug, not a feature. This past January, New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky called for a crackdown on software that anonymizes transactions in the online digital currency, saying it will merely help criminals evade law enforcement. And one of the currency’s biggest supporters, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, believes bitcoin will truly thrive only after it shrugs off anonymity protections. But some parts of the bitcoin community have other plans in mind. Even as regulators work to tie new identity restrictions to bitcoin busine
  8. A 12 year old boy has pleaded guilty to three counts of hacking in a Canadian court on Thursday. The fifth grader, who was 11 at the time of the offences, aided Anonymous in DDOS attacks against government sites during the 2012 Quebec student protests. The boy contributed to the crashing of sites and acquired user and administrator information from database servers. He is also accused of defacing the front page of websites. The Toronto Sun reports one of the hacked sites was down for two days, causing over $60,000 in damage. A report is expected to detail the extent of the attacks on tar
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