Sunday, June 12, 2011

Anonymous web attacks the National Police

Both the website of the National Police as and SEPS INEM (Public Employment Service) has been allegedly attacked by a group of cyber Anonymous, Cadena Ser reported While the first and service is restored, it is impossible to access the other two at the moment. The attack response to the arrests of three network administrators conducted by the police on Friday charged with "computer shutdown" and conspiracy.

The group announced, following the arrests, which respond to these denial of service attacks, and met last night. Shortly before midnight, the waiting time to access the website of the National Police was higher than usual, and at times even impossible to access it. But the blockade has been noticed, especially between 3.00 and 6.00.

Also at dawn, the attacks have spread to the other two sites. Anonymous's statement also notes that "its aim is to fight for human rights, freedom of expression and transparency", peacefully, and that is not composed of "terrorists" but by "fighting for rights that citizens have been curtailed ".

Police said those responsible were planning to publish prisoners Anonymous sensitive data and proprietary information about agents of the State Security Forces and politicians in different websites and forums proetarra content. This is clear from the documents seized at home in Gijón of one of the alleged ringleaders of the network, a merchant seaman for 31 years, he was arrested in Almería.

This home was the computer server from which the coordinated and executed Anonymous network computer attacks to government websites, financial and business worldwide.

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