‘Anonymous’ Hackers Group to attack Malaysia Gov.My Websites #OpMalaysia

UPDATES : 15 June 2011 5PM : ABCNEWS : Malaysia Works to Foil Anonymous Hacking Threat

http://www.cidb.gov.my/v6/ hacked

Greetings, Malaysia, We have seen the censorship taken by the Malaysian government, blocking sites like The Pirate Bay, and WikiLeaks. Malaysia is one of the world’s strictest governments, even blocking out movies, and television shows. These acts of censorship are inexcusable. You are taking away a basic human right. The internet is here for freedom, without fear of government interference. Do not think that no one else notices. Your structured government has done the talking, and we hear loud and clear. Let this be an announcement to all your people. This is a sign, a warning, and an opportunity to listen to ideas above your own. In a way you are being stubborn. But how will this help anyone or your country. We fear that if you make further decisions to take away human freedom. We are obligated to act fast and have no mercy. For rules were meant to be broken. And corruption was meant to be washed away and forgiven. Now we will wash your corruption away so be prepared. Take this as a favour.

UPDATES : 15 June 2011 2PM : Attack on govt website will be prevented, says Rais (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: The country’s cyber security authorities are working towards preventing a planned attack on Malaysian government website www.malaysia.gov.my, said Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

Dr Rais added that the hacker group had misunderstood the government’s intention in blocking the 10 filesharing websites.

“We do not have censorship, except when crimes are committed through cyberspace,” he said, adding that the ministry was taking the threats very seriously.

Source : TheStar

UPDATES : 15 June 2011 11AM : Cops tracing source of hacker video message

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian police have started investigations into who posted the YouTube video message allegedly from the Anonymous hacker group.

Asst Comm Mohd Kamaruddin Md Din, head of the CyberSecurity and Multimedia Investigation Di-vision, at the Commercial Division of the Royal Malaysian Police, said they would be liaising with the telecommunications industry watchdog.

Source : TheStar


Yesterday morning, TheStar reported that Anonymous, the hacker group which is OBVIOUSLYanonymous have announced that they will be attacking Malaysia Government websites and the attack will happen at 7.30pm GMT on Wednesday (3.30am Thursday Malaysian time) with the name “Operation Malaysia.”


The news was quite a big hit where a picture & a video was posted up online. In fact, according to theEpochTimes,  the group actually announced the Operation here on the 12th of June 2011.

According to the announcement, the cause of this hack is due to the blocking of websites such as PirateBay, MegaUpload & etc.

We have seen the censorship taken by the Malaysian government, blocking sites like The Pirate Bay, and WikiLeaks. Malaysia is one of the world’s strictest governments, even blocking out movies, and television shows. These acts of censorship are inexcusable. You are taking away a basic human right.

Then just last night. Tweets on 2 sites being hacked emerged. This was done by a different group of hackers who called themselves RileksCrew/DragonForce where they hacked sabahtourism.com & politeknik.gov.my

Check out the last line above. Lol. Viewed the source code of politeknik.gov.my and saw that Haha!

Anyways, back to the site which Anonymous declared to ‘attack’ – www.malaysia.gov.my, i found out that they are active on both Twitter & Facebook. Like seriously, ACTIVE. At least they aren’t like some other Facebook page which is a PROFILE page lolx.

So, what do you think about this whole thing? Are YOU against it or supporting it? Hmmm =D
*btw, if you noticed, the top left corner of the image – http://i.imgur.com/PTFWh.png

Related Links :
#OpMalaysia on Anonnews.org
Anonymous hacker group Facebook Page
Anonymous Facebook Page
Operation Payback Facebook Page
DragonForce Faceboook Group
Dragon Force WordPress Site
MyGovernment Facebook Page

 

 

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