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Anonymous group of hackers say we have hacked Syrian Electronic Army, attackers claiming to have compromised SEA’s servers and obtained members’ names along with user IDs and passwords under #OpSyria.
According to a news published by The Register, a group claiming association with Anonymous now says it has compromised SEA databases and servers.
As the news was published first here, which have all the images to show that Anonymous hacked SEA and have gigabytes of SEA data, you can see the image below uploaded as a proof:
But, SEA declined that they have been hacked (krebs reported and explained).
“We can guarantee our website has never been hacked, those who claim to have hacked it should publish their evidence. Don’t hold your breath,” members of the group told Mashable in an interview published on (Aug 30 2013). “In any case we do not have any sensitive or personal data on a public server. We are a distributed group, most of what we have and need is on our own machines and we collaborate on IRC.”
Anonymous group of hackers have been released their press release regarding #OpSyria and #OpFreeSyria.
UPDATE: One of Anons with twitter handle (@Crypt0nymous) replied one of our question when we asked him “Why Anonymous attacked Syrian Electronic Army“, they replied us through a pastebin message, which reads:
Reason for clashes between hacker groups
I can only say the reason why. #Anonymous is divided ONLY in this operation from in thoughts. And both sides are right and also wrong. The one side is those who are against Assad regime, but don’t question why it take such long for a “revolution” in Syria. The other side are Assad supporters who fear that a second Iraq War will happen or just support Assad. The reason why some Anons supports this and that is because too many govs and their agencies are involved in this civil war and want to profit from it. I am NOT supporting Assad regime, but I am also NOT supporting western propaganda to infiltrate on more country in the middle east.
The question people should ask themselve is “How can it be that FSA is armed from day 1 to day 2 and can resist against an army?” or maybe more important as an actual news “Why is nobody talking about the 2kg sarin gas the turkish security forces found?”
What I can says is there are two blocks during this conflict: USA-Europe-Qatar-Arab League vs. China-Russia.
And the most of Anons are participating the worst case scenario, and that is to choose a side. After this great mistake you can not act neutral anymore. Thats also the reason why Anons attack each other.