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    • Northern
    • 06.04.13 | 22:04 (IDT)

    While I do generally agree with their claim of human rights violations, I think that they're just a bunch of script kiddies, as I said in my previous posts. The vast majority of them are a bunch of 16 year olds with absolutely no computer skills whatsoever. To do the damage that they did, all you need is a bunch of people. It's called DDoS attack. It's as simple as that: they blast a server with requests, thereby making it temporarily unavailable. DDoS attacks are the computer equivalent of blocking roads. There's nothing smart, or skilled about it. While I am sure that they do have some talented people among them, the vast majority of them are really just a bunch of noobs desperate for attention. They just want to feel significant and be able to issue 'stern sounding, supervillain-style' warnings. Really, nothing to worry about. Just a bunch of Noobs with way too much time on their hands.

    from the article: Hackers threaten to 'wipe Israel off Internet map' in massive cyber attack
    First published 20:25 06.04.13 | Last updated 20:25 06.04.13
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