Monday, March 30, 2015
Name: Matthew Paul DeHart
Inmate #: 164682
Matthew Paul DeHart, #164682
Warren County Regional Jail
920 Kentucky St.
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Sunday, March 29, 2015
The US Justice Department (DOJ) aggressively attempted to indict journalist and hacktivist leader Barrett Brown before charging him because his wiki-site had exposed illegal FBI operations, Brown told Sputnik from a Texas prison on Wednesday.
Brown, who is in the middle of serving a five-year prison sentence on hacking-related charges, founded echelon2.org to allow whistleblowers to submit leaks related to illegal US intelligence contracting practices, the journalist said.
“That was the original subject of interest, our revealing of illegal operations by companies, the DOJ and the FBI. So, that was what this is all about. echelon2.org, our wiki, where we keep this information in which we make public these findings that was listed in the search warrant,” Brown said.
Read full article here.
Monday, March 23, 2015
Greetings citizens of the world,
There's been a lot in the news lately; From threats of war, to future space endeavors. Two very different ends of the spectrum with vastly different consequences for humanity. While politicians bicker over power plays by opposing nations here on Earth, we continue to face many threats from beyond this world.
The unfortunate truth is that while our generation may survive the next 100 years... it's only a matter of time till humanity as a whole faces catastrophe on a global scale. We occupy one tiny world, around a single star out of billions, in a single galaxy out of trillions in the observable universe. That alone shows how fragile our species really is.
Thus we come to a realization, and an inevitability; Earth cannot remain our only home forever. Some of the voyagers we set forth to the farthest reaches of the galaxy will lose contact with us, and we'll never hear from them again in our life time. Nevertheless, our legacy will live on through them as they colonize new worlds across the stars...
While we can ensure the survival of humanity through migration & colonization, we can also help ensure the survival of Earth through unification. As we unite to explore other worlds, we'll in turn find ourselves securing our own. Earth will always be our homeworld, and as such it will always hold a special place in our hearts. While we don't know what the future might hold, we do know one thing for certain; it will be much brighter with humanity united.
If we continue on our current course, our mutual destruction is ensured; so some may ask why we continue to have wars and fight amongst ourselves? Humans are influenced by their cultures and many other factors growing up. From what their parents believed, to what school and religion teaches them. With that in mind, it's no wonder with over 270 religions, 196 countries, and with modern society being derived from thousands of different cultures... that people tend to bump heads on worldly views.
Nonetheless, those differences are what makes humanity so unique! Rather than being used to divide us, they are precisely what should be bringing us together. From art, to food, and even technology, those differences in culture make humanity... and that's what should be celebrated. Every year we do share in a celebration, people from all over the world come together to celebrate the new year. We stand together and share in our cultures, and for one day we are united as a planet.
Now we must channel that same energy and use it into coming together again; not for personal gain, not for the promise of money, or fame, but to embark in the greatest journey humanity has ever made. It took just 12 years to go from launching the first artificial satellite, to landing humans on the moon and returning them back to Earth safely. In the 43 years since Apollo 17 humanity has never gone back, nor accomplished a greater manned mission... Not for a lack of money, nor a lack of technology... but because priorities changed and collectively humanity no longer has the drive to venture beyond Earth.
With that being said, the direction and future of humanity itself is on the line, and our priorities must be clear. Due to the theory of special relativity, interstellar travel is possible within our lifetime, and entirely doable with technology that on a much smaller scale already exists today. Therefore the choice is now entirely up to you! Will we unite as a species to ensure the survival of the human race and explore the unknown? Or will we continue to fight each other and play Russian roulette until all the chambers are loaded?
We are Anonymous,
We are Legion,
We can Forgive,
Though we shall
Saturday, March 21, 2015
The Australian government had proposed a controversial security law that is expected to pass. The proposed bill will require ISP’s to store their users activity online for a period of two years. After taking out the personally identifiable data, which may have included members of the Australian government, Anonymous released the data to demonstrate that if an ISP as large and trusted as AAPT can’t keep it’s own data secure, it will be unable to keep their customers data secure under the proposed laws.
During Bennett’s court appearance in December of 2014, the prosecution asked to delay the hearing saying that they needed more time to complete their report because the amount of work required was “quite large” and it involved “vast amounts of digital data and telephone intercepts”. The Judge then delayed Bennett’s hearing until March 4th. The hearing was delayed once again due to the prosecution asking for one-week adjournment to come up with new charges. On the Friday before March 4th, the prosecutors revealed that the primary charges against Bennett, hacking the AAPT would most likely be dropped.
"Hey Australia, there are much bigger fish to fry than one Anon radio host who wanted to make a difference #FreeLorax pic.twitter.com/vIh85Fe7wy"
- Anonymous (@AnonyOps) March 7, 2015
It is believed that Bennett has been under full investigation since 2010, long before the AAPT hacking incident. One of the charged Bennett’s counsel believes will be brought against him is the “Heartbleed Vulnerability Testing for Cancer Support W.A. 2014.” this stems from a vulnerability test created by Bennett to test his employer’s servers (Cancer Support W.A.) for Heartbleed vulnerabilities. That test put the CRM that Bennett helped build at significant risk.
Monday, March 16, 2015
“This is historic amongst the digital world as it’s the first time these groups have come together for something this large,” a member of Anonymous involved in the operation said.
“Usually they are very closed off and not willing to work outside of their circles but this has become so large of a problem they’re willing to form an alliance for what is seen as a greater good,” the source said.
“The outcome of hundreds of hackers across all three major groups is the largest compiled and verified list ever to be released to the public,” it said.
The list is part of #OpISIS, a campaign launched earlier this year to disrupt ISIS’ activities on the Internet.
#OpISIS has already disrupted nearly 1,000 website.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Many individuals have showed an amazing amount of support in regards to Operation ISIS and have asked how they can contribute to our cause. The steps below can be used to track Islamic State accounts and their websites.
1- Locating an Islamic State Twitter account
If you are new to this locating an Islamic State militant account can prove to be difficult however after locating your first account you will be able to find thousands more following these steps. ISIS militants and their supporters feed off of attention and publicity commonly using Twitter hash tags such as #IslamicState among others. Run a Twitter search using this hash tag and you will find your first Islamic State account. If you are still having difficulty locating an account Twitter search #CtrlSec or #OpISIS
2- I have located my first Islamic State Twitter account
Now that you have located your first Islamic State Twitter account you will now be able to collect many more and form a vast network of information. With the account you initially located review all of their following and followers collecting Twitter account names as you move forward. When you are collecting account names you must retrieve their Twitter ID by visiting http://gettwitterid.com/ If you do not collect the account ID they can easily change their account name to evade you as they commonly do once detected. As you are collecting Islamic State Twitter accounts check each bio and their tweets for website URLS and log the information. With the data you have compiled visit http://pastebin.com and publish a paste of your findings.
3- I have a list of Islamic State Twitter accounts and URLS.
Now that you have collected this information you can take action against them by reporting them to Anonymous, authorities and Twitter. If your paste link contains Islamic State Twitter accounts you can tweet your paste making sure to use the hash tag #CtrlSec so the corresponding operatives can collect your link and terminate the accounts. If your paste link contains Islamic State website URLS tweet them using the hash tag #GhostSec so their operatives can collect intelligence and disable the website. If you have concerns for your personal safety you can alternatively email us with your information at email@example.com using a anonymous mailer service such as http://anonymousemail.me
Your contributions to our cause are immensely appreciated and this could never be achieved without your unyielding support.
We are the ghosts that you have created.