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Hacker group tells why it wants to attack Malaysian Govt portal

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PETALING JAYA: Anonymous, the hacker group that has threatened to attack the Malaysian Government portal, just announced its reasons.

According to its statement on the Pastebin website, the group is acting against what it claims are various acts of censorship by the Malaysian Government, and also because of the recent move to block filesharing sites, like the Pirate Bay, in Malaysia.

Anonymous also accused the Government of censoring movies and television shows, and for restricting the Internet, which it says is a basic human right.

“We fear that if you make further decisions to take away human freedom, we are obligated to act fast and have no mercy,” the group said in its statement on Tuesday.

The message was also uploaded on video-sharing site YouTube.

It featured a digitally-generated voice that read out the group's message.

Anonymous will launch the attack at 7.30pm GMT on Wednesday (3.30am Thursday Malaysian time) and has named it “Operation Malaysia.” It posted the threat in a graphic on this website.

Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at the F-Secure Corporation - a computer security software company based in Helsinki, Finland - tweeted about the threat at 4.42am Malaysian time Tuesday.

Meanwhile, online news site Epoch Times reported that Anonymous selects target countries based on input from users in those countries.

However, the report said, the hacker group has declined to say if there are any Anonymous members in Malaysia.

In the exclusive interview with Epoch Times, Anonymous said it expects the Malaysian Government to “not be happy” over the coming attack.

According to the report, Anonymous has reminded its members taking part in Operation Malaysia to use Virtual Private Networks to encrypt their network connections, and to transfer data from remote locations that cannot be accessed without authentication.

This would help protect the identities of the hackers and their locations.

The attack on the Malaysian Government portal would be in the wake of several earlier attacks by Anonymous on Turkish Government websites for alleged Internet censorship.

According to recent news reports, the Turkish Government has arrested 32 people, suspected to be members of Anonymous, after “Operation Turkey” disrupted a number of official websites in that country.


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So no matter how much we hate our govt., are we still going to let foreign terrorist to attack on our beloved Malaysia? just sounds so wrong to me, I hope our Military find out who did this and send a clear warning whoever threaten Malaysia would suffer severe punishment.....

This is the same thing that has happened across the world especially the middle east, some dark, shady foreign character plant a seed of hatred and step back to see the chaos unfold, take lesson on what happened on Egypt, Libya, so on and so forth, true some leaders are questionable but to create such havoc and destabalize the entire nation? are you sure you want to live like in the street of Egypt? lawless, looting, crimes everywhere during the protest...!

I don't want to wake up one morning and find out that outside my home there's riot going own and people smashing up cars and homes just because one bad seed planted by another Superior country far away....no siree...

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its seem as a BIG treat to us..our goverment..Malaysia! Hopefully this jus a prank!! We wont gain anything good from this attack!! Think will effect entire gorvement sector and our daily life too..which we depend on those internet everday!! Rolling Eyes

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Sometimes we have to think "out of the box" a bit.


Why Malaysia Blocked File Sharing sites but pirated dvd shops everywhere?

Tak ada kerja lain ke?
Help the poor, find ways to lower down taxes. Do the more important things.



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In JB got peddler selling 6 pieces latest DVD for RM20

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and i was shock they still let the porn website bermaharajalela.. maharaja lawak tul

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I don't mind actually when you guys critic the government, honestly it's good to keep them in check, that's why there are pro and there are opposition, both got good and bad points to balance out each other......

But still, the HARMONY and the PEACE of the county, I won't give up any of those....EVER...!

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Many govt websites had bee hacked before especially by the Indonesian hackers during the Malaysian Maling issue before. By now the govt website always alert oncoming treat from hackers.

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The govt. portals got hacked this morning by hacker are the following:

SabahTourism.com, ASEAN connect, Bomba, Perbendaharaan Malaysia, Parlimen Malaysia, JobsMalaysia, Kementerian Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan, Majlis Sukan Negara.

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sahama wrote:
In JB got peddler selling 6 pieces latest DVD for RM20


hahah...ni bukan sebarang citer ni ni orang yg kena tuduh sodomy dan jalan pakai towel

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Fadli85 wrote:
I don't mind actually when you guys critic the government, honestly it's good to keep them in check, that's why there are pro and there are opposition, both got good and bad points to balance out each other......

But still, the HARMONY and the PEACE of the county, I won't give up any of those....EVER...!


Did oppressed rakyat feel any Harmony and Peace? Did fear to voice out opinion freely to all Malaysian is living in Peace and Harmony. Peace and Harmony not just mean not to live at war.
For me i just need basic human right if my right been deny in smart way and always feels being cheated...sigh..OPPRESSION!!

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Facts:

i. Till friday, 198 govt. website been hacked by hackers

ii. Govt. website hacked are mostly rakyat services oriented ie, education, land and agriculture

iii. 90% are local hackers


Malaysia boleh

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Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusof confirmed yesterday that no more websites would be blocked by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) for now. cheers

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A clip posted on video-sharing site YouTube has threatened another attack on Malaysian websites, this time on the website of the Prime Minister’s Office but a group of hackers credited for the last attack say they are not responsible this time. Although the video appears to be produced by the notorious hacker group Anonymous, the group has said that the video is a fake in a Twitter post on the @TheAnonymousAd account mentioned in the initial threat last week.

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elections must be round the corner la ni... buat wayang sikit... our beloved country is under attack by foreign agents... belit sana belit sini ... siasat siasat got link with opposition... PR is tahi BN is emas... havent we heard it all... sheeesh... bosan la wey.... yawnyawnyawn

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hassan wrote:
elections must be round the corner la ni... buat wayang sikit... our beloved country is under attack by foreign agents... belit sana belit sini ... siasat siasat got link with opposition... PR is tahi BN is emas... havent we heard it all... sheeesh... bosan la wey.... yawnyawnyawn

What a Face dun wan vote can Razz

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