Anonymous steals 10,000 Iranian government emails, plans DDoS attack

The hacker group Anonymous is again on the run.

Now Anonymous has hacked into Iranian government servers and procured over 10,000 email messages from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs webpage are still down and the servers are under Anonymous control.

” While email addresses can be spoofed, the collection of 10,000 emails is a pretty good indication that they have no need for spoofing.”

“It’s near the election’s anniversary. We had to do something,” said one of the Iranian members of Anonymous from #OpIran. ”

The member from Anonymous sayes : They take down Iranian government servers on a regular basis for operation days, but that obviously retrieving information required a different approach to the group’s signature DDoS attack.

He also indicated an as-yet unannounced attack. “For the election’s anniversary, we have a complete DDoS attack day” planned, he said.

If you need to get into Iran, now would be a good time to talk to Anonymous. “Are you sure you don’t want a visa?”

Track down Anonymous and hit them hard.. But will it help ?

then just some new group’s will start and then it will spred

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