Anonymous Get Hacked – TheSixthAxis

Anonymous Get Hacked

It appears that Anonymous have trouble in their ranks – not that they had ranks to begin with, in fact that’s the problem. The following has been posted on a hacking site:

‘We regret to inform you today that our network has been compromised by a former IRC-operator and fellow helper named “Ryan”. He decided that he didn’t like the leaderless command structure that AnonOps Network Admins use. So he organised a coup d’etat, with his “friends” at . Using the networks service bot “Zalgo” he scavenged the IP’s and passwords of all the network servers (including the hub) and then systematically aimed denial of service attacks at them.’

Sony was targeted by a DOS attack and now Anonymous’ own members have used the same tools to bring down their IRC network.

‘We are profoundly sorry for this drama, and we can’t give you a an estimate on when service will resume normally,’ said Sony Anonymous.

The Law Of Karma:`For every event that occurs, there will follow another event whose existence was caused by the first, and this second event will be pleasant or unpleasant according as its cause was skillful or unskillful.’ A skillful event is one that is not accompanied by craving, resistance or delusions; an unskillful event is one that is accompanied by any one of those things.’

More info can be found on thinq. We advise our readers to stay away from Anon’s sites, especially if they are compromised.


  1. Sorry but what?

    AnonOps is just one of many IRC networks frequented by the loose collective of internet users known as “Anonymous”.

    Anonymous is no more “represented” by the ass-clowns that run that IRC network than they are by the admins of this website.

    AnonOps members are simply teenagers with too much free time and ideas well above their station. Some small time hackers are in fact admins there, but they certainly lack the experience required to pull off something as epic as PSN.

    Some real Anon hackers do occasionally lurk there, but it is by no means the only place which they lurk.

    The nature of Anonymous means that if anyone starts to look like they are taking “control”, creating a central gathering point, holding too much power or becoming a “leader”, like the admins of the AnonOps IRC network for example, then they mark themselves as a valid target.

    This is the law of the jungle kids. There is no group you can point the finger at and go waa waa waa. There is no shadowy mastermind controlling the whole thing behind the scenes, it simply is what it is.

    Enjoy no PSN for at least another month lol

    • I think people are more amused by the irony of the hack of the hackers, rather than any naive assumption that this has been a blow for all right thinking adults.

      Shouldn’t you be plotting some clever DoS rather than visiting TSA?

  2. Oh man, I can’t believe this Or rather, I do believe it but the amount of irony is just ridiculous. I hope the splinter group gets their names and everything leaked.

  3. Meh, the guy should have gone for their personal information. ;)
    I couldn’t care less if their servers are operational or not…

  4. Anon IP’s got leaked!

    Oh! The Karma!…

    It’s on a google site so it can’t get hacked!

  5. I would say congratulations to ‘Ryan’ but I wont. He’s still a knobhead hacker (by knobhead I mean – One of the bad eggs)

    • Yep still got me grinning, lol. Like everyone says Karma’s a bitch. My name is Earl is brilliant xD

  6. As Johnny Rotten said of Peter Andre in the Celebrity Jungle Program “If that Andre dances near me one more time, I’ll Fucking cripple him”
    Well, I guess that Ryan didn’t like Anonops latest moves, and so went ahead, but all of them are in it for publicity of sorts :P

  7. I can barely type this comment for rolling about the floor laughing :D

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