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'Anonymous' dump details of 15,000 accounts after North Korean infiltration

03.04.2013 01:37

Hackers saying they are Anonymous-affiliated claim to have infiltrated North Korean servers, gaining access to 15,000 passwords. The hackers call it a bid to slow down a government that is “increasingly becoming a threat to peace and freedom.”

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Anonymous user 08.04.2013 11:47

North Korea actually favors Internet freedom and defended the Pirate Bay, Anon should tune in.

Anonymous user 04.04.2013 14:44

Not Anon. Anons are educated and always use grammatically correct and non-emotional language.

Anonymous user 04.04.2013 04:36

It was probably North Korea hacking themselves.

Anonymous user 04.04.2013 01:06

Pretty sure they took down a website operated by the U.S. Government before

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 19:27

This is not Anon, this is someone else (badly) imitating the group for their own ends.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 17:13

Although this is a Government move, it is not the US Government. Pay attention.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 13:22

So obvious that Anonymous is a US intelligence arm, this copy'n'paste rhetoric from the State dept.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 13:11

Funny how the Anti-US comments are made from people residing in countries that accept U.S. aid.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 12:49

lol, so obvious that this is not Anonymous, but the US government.

Anonymous user 03.04.2013 12:33

This is what we call a false flag.

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