Anonymous is an idea, nothing more...
Anonymous is a concept. There are no members. There is no secret club of hacktivists. Anonymous has no leaders, no gurus, no panelists. Nobody can speak for Anonymous. Anonymous may be an idea but the world will not change with pretty words alone. Your actions matter Anonymous or not, verbs over nouns. The name Anonymous itself is inspired by the perceived anonymity under which users post images and comments on the Internet (4Chan). Welcome to The Anonymous Video Network @AnonymousVideo.
Project by squad 303, which created the 1920.in web page, through which 110 million messages were sent to the Russians to bypass Moscow’s propaganda and censorship. Anonymous is preparing to unveil Russia’s interests in Europe to all in #OpRussia (...)
Anonymous uses many strategies in its digital fight against Russia, the most effective being hacking into databases and leaking the information online, according to cybersecurity specialist Jeremiah Fowler. The size of the leaked data will take years to (...)
This is a story about you. I am only the narrator. Two months ago, when the war in Ukraine broke out, the world froze at the prospect of another war in Europe. We lived in the belief that the time of wars in this part of the world had passed. Francis (...)
A nation that is to pay a huge price because of the shameful decision of the dictator Putin to attack an independent Ukraine by armed forces. The joint action of all the states of the free world, as a response to Russia’s aggression, will lead to the (...)
We could feel fear, sympathy, anger, sadness. We could talk about it with family and friends. There was nothing else we could do. Most of us were passive observers. It was the same with Anonymous. We’ve been reading about them for years, admiring them, (...)
We are Squad 303, an international group of programmers coordinated from Poland. The name comes from a British Royal Airforce Unit made up of Polish pilots who helped win the Battle of Britain in World War II. We created tools that enable anyone, (...)
We are the store clerk who dreams of better days. We are the IT worker, who fixes computers and The coder who finds ways around surveillance. We are the delivery driver who just spent the last of his money on rent. We are the father walking his children (...)
When Russia invaded Ukraine, we declared cyberwar against Government of Russia and to man himself, Vladimir Putin. It has indeed had some effect on them, but now we’ll have to prepare for the last push. He isn’t giving up on taking over Ukraine. We must (...)
Start an e-mail conversation about Ukraine with Russians potentially subject to a news blockade. Perhaps make a new friend. This service sends e-mail from you personally to 1-150 recipients each time (default is 100). Press ’Open in e-mail client’ button (...)
Last Anonymous attacks on Russia targeted the mobile phones with SMS to tell the truth to the population about the Ukraine invasion. This trick could make Putin’s decision to get the country off the internet useless to stop “adverse propaganda” and the (...)
You are being trapped behind an iron curtain of propaganda, with your government attempting to keep you from being a part of the international conversation, out of fear for what you might find out. Many of you may not even know the true reason behind (...)
We see the clouds of war, wrought by a madman pushing his propagandic agenda on to a free people and it angers us. Russian forces surrounded and invaded Ukraine all because Vladimir Putin wants to dominate a sovereign nation and to control Ukraine’s (...)