Yesterday, there was news of an Anonymous operating system released on the internet, available for the public to download. In case you were wondering about what it is – it is basically a Ubuntu Linux-based operating system that comes preloaded with tons of apps for users to launch attacks on website (despite the disclaimer on the about page for the operating system). However, before you rush to download it for yourself, the OS has already been discredited by Anonymous themselves, calling it fake and wrapped in trojans.
While it is true that neither anonymous parties (the one that released the operating system and the other claiming it is fake) can be verified – they are all anonymous after all, it would be safer to believe the latter and just avoid downloading the operating system (why would you want hacking tools in the first place?). Regardless, if you do want to check it out, you can head here for more details, and here to download the operating system. If any of you do try it, do let us know in the comments below.
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- 2013-07-03 AT&T Plans On Selling Anonymous Customer Data
- 2013-05-07 Anonymous Threatens To Wipe U.S "Off The Cybermap"
- 2013-04-15 Anonymous Hacks Into North Korean Websites Again
- 2013-04-04 Anonymous Hacks North Korean Social Networks As Part Of 'Operation Free Korea'