Anonymous Hacker Group Brings Down CIA.gov

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 02/13/2012 - 11:40am.

 

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Anonymous has successfully hacked CIA.gov with some form of a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. Because of this nobody can access the website Cia.gov without reaching the usual error widely known as “The connection has timed out, The server at cia.gov is taking too long to respond.” or the Internet Explorers usual error when connecting to a website takes too long due to a hacker attack or heavy server load. ~ Brian D Hill

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Screenshots can tell a thousand words especially whenever one of the biggest international Government spy agencies websites known as the Central Intelligence Agency is down and out due to a Denial of Service attack. The Anonymous hacktivist group claims responsibility for taking down the CIA’s official website cia.gov.

Media outlets throughout the country have reported on this including RussiaToday (RT).

CIA.gov has apparently went down likely around 3:10 p.m. EST as that was the time that one of twitter accounts related to hacker group Anonymous announced with a tweet titled “cia.gov DOWN. #UMAD?#Anonymous.”

Even though the CIA was the latest victim by the online attacks of the online vigilante group of elusive hackers against corrupt factions of the U.S. Government including law enforcement agencies and copyright holders such as the MPAA, and other Anti File-sharing organizations that sued the poor and defenseless such as Jamie Thomas and others for copyright infringement.

The CIA doesn’t seem to be as prepared to fight Anonymous then other agencies under the U.S. Government. Even around 10:00 p.m. EST the site is still down according to data recorded by USWGO web captures.

One of the twitter accounts affiliated with the Anonymous hacktivist Group explained why they attacked cia.gov. They stated that “We do it for the lulz,” referring to the popular online abbreviation “for laughs.”

Question is could this be a online false flag incident while the CIA prepares a online Cyberwar with the support of National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA) and Internet kill Switch that Obama tried to ram through the legislative branch of the U.S. Capitol.

The CIA wouldn’t just let this attack go without any form of punishment unless there is a plan just like with the G20 Summit in Canada years ago, police in Canada dressed up as rioters that smashed the windows of stores, burned police cars, and the police were given orders not to do anything about the rioters causing damage to stores and vehicles in parts of the streets in Canada.

Then the police used this as an excuse to come after the peaceful protesters, detain them, kill whoever they wanted, forced humiliation of any protesters identity, and sexually raping women that were caught in the war that the police started against peaceful protesters.

One activist I recall talked about the police raping a woman with a plunger. One of them was forced to urinate where other people were watching which would be a sex offender charge plus records in America even though the police denied protesters any rights and forced them to endure torment and humiliation.

So if false flag events have happened before to clamp down on the public, what will the CIA do as a response to Anonymous hacker groups big attack against CIA.gov?

The CIA could launch an all out war against sites the U.S. Government doesn’t agree with which has already started happening.

USWGO has received a 3 day DoS attack after two articles were released regarding Judge Malihi’s invalid ruling over the Georgia eligibility ruling over the presidential ballet that Obama is a natural born citizen when evidence shows the opposite of the facts and the Constitution.

The second article was about USWGO contacting Georgia judges for their opinions on the ruling but all that were contacted refused to say anything.

FederalJack also received a hacker attack around the same time also causing them to go down and then was labeled as a badware site by the organization StopBadware.org. We Are Change was slightly downed but quickly went back up.

 

Brian D Hill - February 10, 2012 - USWGO

 

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 02/13/2012 - 11:40am.