Anonymous doesn’t take too kindly to people messing with their image and they’re looking to find those responsible.
If you remember earlier today, we wrote about a dirty tactic that would make hapless bystanders responsible for the DDoS attacks that took down multiple Web sites yesterday during #OpMegaUpload.
Now Anonymous is saying that this was not their intention and does not endorse the use of such tools. They want everybody who uses a DDoS attack to know what they are doing and the legal ramifications of such a move.
They do, however, say that those who were unwittingly contributing to the DDoS attacks yesterday did not make up much of the traffic attacking Web sites.
http://t.co/CbqafmGi yesterday. It’s a toy. #opmegauploadLet’s be clear – users of JSLOIC contributed little if any to DDOS of
We’ll have more on Anonymous as this story will obviously develop over the weekend with their threats of #OpGlobalBlackout.