Die Happy Ninjas sind zurück und haben mal wieder eine Reihe deutscher Scene Foren geowned.
- The Happy Ninja Faker alias 3lite
- k!LLu’s Botnet
- „Some leftovers including union-district.cc, cyberbase.us and secret-network.biz“
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Tonight’s the night. And it’s going to happen,
again and again. It has to happen.
We all want to welcome you to a brand new issue
of Owned and exp0sed! Before we get to the fun
part, we’d just like to clarify some things since there has been a lot
going on on the internet since our last issue.
Movements, as they put it, like Anonymous or the short-lived
phenomenon of Lulzsec have gotten an increasingly important topic to
media and the public. We want to line out our motivation in contrast
to theirs. Anonymous has tried to gain as much media attention as
possible by inflicting the most damage possible on big companies and
service providers. Similarily, Lulzsec have attacked various websites
and published an enormous amount of information.
However, while it’s their goal to put up pressure on governments and
big organizations, it’s ours to protect the public from the abysses of
the internet. Fraud is our main concern and we intent to contain it as
much as possible. While Anon and Lulzsec toss out their stuff within
weeks, we take our time to gain access, collect data and aggregate it
nicely for you, our readers. This is why there is a substantial
time span between our releases.
We of course also monitor the German and international fraud scene as
it recovers from our attacks; it’s hard to stop something that is
driven by selfishness, greed and money. We also find it worrying that
Anonymous and especially Lulzsec act in what they call „Operation
Antisec“. The original Antisec Movement was brought to life by actual
hackers and targeted full disclosure and the corporate security
industry. Publishing gigantic amounts of (corporate) data on the
internet does exactly the opposite: It provides the security industry
with the attention they need and hence new customers.
But let’s now look at why we are here today. „Money is the root of all
evil“ as the proverb has it; and it’s why fraud communities do come
back after we have owned and exposed them; but as long as they carry
on, we do, too. Fraudsters ought to know that they’re not safe because
we are going to hunt down every single site that is left. We
experience the fraud scene scattering wider and wider after every
issue we have published; new boards, and with them new admins, emerge
out of nowhere. That just shows well again how stubborn fraudsters are
as most of them still refuse to accept that they lost their right to
exist on the internet. It’s particularly frustrating that they don’t
seem to draw lessons from getting owned again and again.
That being said we can just strongly advise you to spend your time on
something worthwhile. It’s not too late …
This is going to be the hash
whose plaintext value we aregoing to publish in our next release so you better watch out!