11/13/2013

Ragtag cyber army behind bars

With The Messiah likely to be put away to safety and a few ragtag bloggers and vandals also in custody, it looks like this episode of Anonymous hackers is over. The slight concern is that The Messiah had claimed that ‘he was part of the international network of hackers and actitivists called Anonymous.’ If this claim is true, there is a high probability that his comrades in overseas would want to give him some support and the game is not over.
 

In view of this, the govt’s cyber warrior would still have to be on duty round the clock for a while until this claim by The Messiah is proven to be null and void.
Is The Messiah bluffing? Is there an Anonymous Collective out there with its worldwide supporting cast of hackers waiting to hack into our govt’s websites again? We will have to wait to see what is real.
 

Game over or advance to Level 2?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the arrested did not hack into systems outside Sin, then he is alone.Do remember many sites in as much countries were hacked within the same few days.

Anonymous said...

If I were the government, I would pardon them but asked them to work for me instead. Obviously they are better off than my super high pay ministers and top civil servants in protecting my websites.

Anonymous said...

Game over or advance to Level 2?
RB

Aiyah, even advance to Level 3, 4 or 5 so what?

These hackers are at most just a nuisance like rats and cockroaches.

They are not political parties which can contest 100% seats during GE, you know.

Of course still have to exterminate them lah, just like rats and cockroaches.

Matilah_Singapura said...

Doesn't matter who they arrest. Hacking govt websites is nothing new, and no cuntree is immune.

A group claiming to be "Anonymous" just hacked the Philippine govt's websites a couple of days ago.

Xmen said...

It is possible that James Raj Arokiasamy might be a victim himself. The Messiah might have launched an attack from James' computer to cover his trails. Let's see what kind of evidence they come up with.

In any case, it is absurd to deny the accused of his legal counsel and lock him up in a mental hospital when he has no prior mental history.

Anonymous said...

RB: // With The Messiah likely to be put away to safety and a few ragtag bloggers and vandals also in custody, it looks like this episode of Anonymous hackers is over. //


Your "ragtag army" isn't also referring to the "kind of opposition in SinkieLand"?