Remember the controversy surrounding Anonymous operating system which was put online recently? Well it looks like all the attention from the media has caused Sourceforge (the website hosting the project) to take another look at it. After careful consideration they have decided to pull it offline based on the grounds that it had no connection to the hacker collective, Anonymous; and because it was a security risk. The fact that the developer of the operating system didn’t provide the source code for scrutinizing didn’t help either.
However, this isn’t the end of Anonymous OS, as Sourceforge did mention that they might put it back up after further discussion with the project admin. For now you won’t be able to obtain it from Sourceforge, though we’re pretty sure mirrors will start sprouting up all over the place. Hit the source link below for a more detailed write up of the website’s decision.
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