Who, or What, is Anonymous? Thant’ Not the Bigger Problem.

If you have ever been the victim of a hack then you know the feelings involved: dread, helplessness and loss. Hacking incidents almost always happen when things are going very well for a website or network, always when you least expect it. Under these circumstances, Anonymous’ recent move against security firm HBGary should have been quite predictable.

The CEO of HBGary, Aaron Barr, had been telling media outlets that he had successfully penetrated Anonymous as a group, outing several high level folks in the organization from Europe and elsewhere.

There’s a problem with talking like that. You’re going to end up getting compromised one way or another.

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About Daniel Cawrey

Daniel Cawrey is a Tech Axcess Staff Writer. He has a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and was an IT analyst at a utility company for several years. In addition to technology topics, he also consults for start-ups and writes for his own blog thechromesource, which follows the development of Google Chrome and Chrome OS.
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