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(Telegraph)   Anonymous hacks Best Korea's silly Flickr and Twitter accounts, makes them sillier   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line 121
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2013-04-04 04:43:11 PM

bluorangefyre: My gut tells me that shiat is more serious than everybody's saying.  What if we're at DEFCON 3 and nobody is telling us for fear of panic?

i3.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-04-04 04:55:22 PM

Girion47: It would be a few of their million, not us or our allies. I'm betting at most NK can hurt maybe 20K people outside of it's border.


There's over 10 million people is Seoul, which is in artillery range.
 
2013-04-04 05:20:12 PM
Aparently he likes to look at things. Slideshow that does not reload. Worth the look.

http://www.sfgate.com/business/technology/article/NKorea-s-Twitter-a cc ount-hacked-amid-tension-4408759.php
 
2013-04-04 05:24:43 PM
As funny as this is, it does mean that there's probably a bunch of Best Korean IT guys being sent to the camps or executed by mortar fire again.

Or maybe Best Leader with make the punishment fit the crime by having a server dropped on them.
 
2013-04-04 05:38:29 PM
I'm disappointed. It doesn't look like they did anything particularly funny or clever with the accounts.
 
2013-04-04 05:50:22 PM
The international community learned two things today:

1. That a group of private individuals originating from the US are capable of defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

2. That the US government is powerless to prevent a group of private individuals originating from the US from defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

To the international community, (2) is actually the more worrisome.
 
2013-04-04 06:09:16 PM
best leader will get over it.

anyway, this is nothing next to the cold war. you kids have no idea how low key this all is
 
2013-04-04 06:30:10 PM
hasn't it crossed anyone's mind that this may not actually be the work of Anonymous but of parties who dislike Anon, and North Korea.

Then again, they wasted time protesting Scientology, something I don't see value in doing
/Scientology swallows up rich people who are also morons
//we're supposed to not like rich morons right?
 
2013-04-04 06:32:06 PM

Mouser: The international community learned two things today:

1. That a group of private individuals originating from the US are capable of defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

2. That the US government is powerless to prevent a group of private individuals originating from the US from defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

To the international community, (2) is actually the more worrisome.


1) Anonymous extends beyond the U.S. and 2) give it time.  Anonymous has only recently come into the crosshairs of governments.  The ones that have gone down already gave up everyone they knew and so it will be for most of the others.  Hackers don't have a doing time kinda temperament so will turn state's evidence once they are caught.
 
2013-04-04 06:38:24 PM

StrangeQ: JPSimonetti: awalkingecho: Is this the part where the Imperialist Pigdog  cyberterrorists have launched the pre-emptive strike and he is now justified at making war?

My first thought. It's funny, but one of those "There's a time and a place ..." moments our parents gave us speeches about when we did stupid stuff at school.

And this is exactly the time and the place.

NK is making absurd, unrealistic, hyperbolic threats and generally making themselves look like a bunch of foolish assholes.  Holding up a mirror to show what the world really sees them as is exactly what they need right now so they'll sit down and shut the fark up.

/public shaming, it WORKS.


North Korea doesn't put on this show for the world, I believe they conduct this theater for their own citizens, after all, why would they care what we think except for the bare minimum required to not motivate the US or other countries to invade and dismantle the machine
 
2013-04-04 06:58:04 PM

Panatheist: hasn't it crossed anyone's mind that this may not actually be the work of Anonymous but of parties who dislike Anon, and North Korea.

Then again, they wasted time protesting Scientology, something I don't see value in doing
/Scientology swallows up rich people who are also morons
//we're supposed to not like rich morons right?


It isn't all rich morons, look at SeaOrg, look at Lisa McPherson, look at Operation Whiteout.   Scientology is not innocent, it's a dangerous cult that needs to be eradicated.
 
2013-04-04 06:58:41 PM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: Anon-tards do something of value for once. Whar is herrrro tag, whar?


I agree! It's hilarious.
 
2013-04-04 07:43:39 PM
Wow, the entertainment value in those hacks is "meh" at best.

Seriously - anon could be doing so much more awesome things with their time.
 
2013-04-04 08:38:33 PM

saturn badger: Aparently he likes to look at things. Slideshow that does not reload. Worth the look.

http://www.sfgate.com/business/technology/article/NKorea-s-Twitter-a cc ount-hacked-amid-tension-4408759.php


I was under the impression the Norks had no "stuff". Wow, was I wrong...
 
2013-04-04 08:40:19 PM

Pumpernickel bread: Mouser: The international community learned two things today:

1. That a group of private individuals originating from the US are capable of defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

2. That the US government is powerless to prevent a group of private individuals originating from the US from defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

To the international community, (2) is actually the more worrisome.

1) Anonymous extends beyond the U.S. and 2) give it time.  Anonymous has only recently come into the crosshairs of governments.  The ones that have gone down already gave up everyone they knew and so it will be for most of the others.  Hackers don't have a doing time kinda temperament so will turn state's evidence once they are caught.


They'll just start using 8 proxies.
 
2013-04-04 09:25:11 PM

Pumpernickel bread: Mouser: The international community learned two things today:

1. That a group of private individuals originating from the US are capable of defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

2. That the US government is powerless to prevent a group of private individuals originating from the US from defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

To the international community, (2) is actually the more worrisome.

1) Anonymous extends beyond the U.S. and 2) give it time.  Anonymous has only recently come into the crosshairs of governments.  The ones that have gone down already gave up everyone they knew and so it will be for most of the others.  Hackers don't have a doing time kinda temperament so will turn state's evidence once they are caught.


Aren't most of them autistic anyway?
 
2013-04-04 10:24:41 PM

I eat mop: best leader will get over it.

anyway, this is nothing next to the cold war. you kids have no idea how low key this all is


I eat mop who?
 
2013-04-04 10:45:56 PM
www.meme-generator.de
 
2013-04-04 11:26:17 PM

doglover: Impossible! The glorious revolutionary servers are merely down for maintenance!

[i1.kym-cdn.com image 730x537]
See more on Know Your Meme


I wonder if he listens to a lot of Tina Turner?
 
2013-04-04 11:42:06 PM

Novart: Pumpernickel bread: Mouser: The international community learned two things today:

1. That a group of private individuals originating from the US are capable of defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

2. That the US government is powerless to prevent a group of private individuals originating from the US from defacing a foreign nation's official Internet presence and openly mocking that nation's leader with it.

To the international community, (2) is actually the more worrisome.

1) Anonymous extends beyond the U.S. and 2) give it time.  Anonymous has only recently come into the crosshairs of governments.  The ones that have gone down already gave up everyone they knew and so it will be for most of the others.  Hackers don't have a doing time kinda temperament so will turn state's evidence once they are caught.

Aren't most of them autistic anyway?


If you are referring to Assburgers then, yes, you're probably right.
 
2013-04-04 11:47:33 PM
Here's my theory: There is an internal power struggle going on in BK, or maybe even within KJU himself. The new insane threats and aggressive brinkmanship started right after KJU was hanging out with Dennis Rodman, having a good old time watching the Harlem Globe Trotter and partying it up in his palace with with Rodman, and the Vice crew. He was educated in in Switzerland, he has a soft spot for the Chicago Bulls. I think he's drawn towards some facets of Western culture and secretly or openly wishes BK had some more of that. So either he is conflicted within himself, drawn towards Western culture and then feeling guilty and and hating that part of himself and then lashing out very agressively to prove (to himself and country) that he's not on the side of the imperialist dogs. OR, other forces within BK made note of KJU hanging out with Rodman and the Vice crew and being a little too comfortable with them, and those other forces started applying pressure in various ways. Maybe making KJU feel threatened. Either way dissonance always precedes a new paradigm.
 
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