After #JeSuisCharlie trending on twitter, a hacktivist group Anonymous has released a YouTube video statement condemning the attacks on the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo.
The hacktivist group warned terrorists around the globe that it would avenge the attack on the offices of the French satirical magazine, Huffington Post reported.
In a video posted on YouTube on Thursday, a spokesperson wearing Guy Fawkes mask said, “we will track you down, every last one of you and will kill you”. The video also has a #OpCharlieHebdo featured on the screen.
"You will not impose your sharia law in our democracies; we will not let your stupidity kill our liberties and our freedom of expression. We have warned you; expect your destruction," the spokesperson added.
The group added that they would track down and close all accounts on social networks related to terrorists in order to avenge those who have been killed, reports The Telegraph.
The hacktivist group further voiced that freedom of expression has suffered an inhuman attack and the group feels it their duty to react.
A group of hackers supposedly affiliated with the Chinese military has spent years infiltrating the American aerospace industry and US trading partners in the space industry, a US cybersecurity company CrowdStrike said Monday. Officials from CrowdStrike accused the Shanghai-based unit 61486 of the Peoples Liberation Army 12th bureau of attacking American and other western networks in cyber-assaults that date back at least as far as to 2007, according to reports
A day after Chinese hackers took the rap for a cyber attack against Australia and stealing designs for a new spy HQ, Australias Prime Minister Julia Gillard called the reports “inaccurate”. Gillards statement further strengthens Chinas consistent denials of any state-sponsored hacking against the West
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