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Anonymous: The American Dream Is Killing You – History Repeats Itself Exclusive (Video)

Sunday, December 3, 2017 7:17
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About Anonymous…

Anonymous is the most famous ‘hacktivist’ group in the world. The informal nature of the group makes its mechanics difficult to define. Subsequently, without a formal organizational hierarchy, it’s difficult to explain Anonymous to the general public and the media. In this article, I’ll explain the history of the group, and offer some clarity on what’s misunderstood about them.

‘Hacktivist’ is a portmanteau of ‘hacker’ and ‘activist’. When people have technical skills, have access to the Internet, and understand how network infrastructure and servers work, it can be tempting to put that knowledge into having some effect on the world. The ‘activist’ part of ‘hacktivist’ means that they don’t do their hacking and cracking without a cause.

The various people behind Anonymous worldwide are united in a belief that corporations and organizations they consider to be corrupt should be attacked. If you’re an administrator for a network that has little reason to be a target for social activists, your network and servers are unlikely to become a target for Anonymous.

If for some reason you believe your network might become a target, I recommend testing it for handling DDoS attacks, as that’s the most common method Anonymous uses to bring down web servers.

Not all of Anonymous’ activities involve attacking networks or websites. Anonymous has also been active in initiating public protests. But the web and IRC channels are the lifeblood of the group. If it weren’t for the Internet, Anonymous would’ve never existed.

 

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  • adam

    I agree I’ve seen over the years the American dream disappear,but of course to me the American dream was never a mansion or car or money.when I grew up if you moved to a neighborhood your neighbor welcomed you even with a welcome basket of food,your neighbor would ask if you needed help when they seen you working in your yard,your neighbors were willing to protect your home if you went away on vacation.this to me was the American dream,but media,Hollywood,corporate glamourized material wealth while condemning moral ones. Today if morality was taught to take precedence over material wealth your neighbor instead of shunning and ignoring you would be there helping one another,and the amount of those in hunger would be in a steady decline instead of spiking,crime also would decline as well as the suicide rate that so many feel their alone and no help in sight.the dream was for at least many of us is that it didn’t matter your race,your color,your religion,we were neighbors,we were human ,it was morality that kept us together,so yes the American dream has disappeared,and sad to say lust of material wealth destroyed it.it doesn’t have to be lost forever,it’s up to each and every American to see and admit their mistake and remember God gave us free will to bring it back

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