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Private servers that have been hacked by the Anonymous group are now reporting that they are no longer able to access the internet.
The hacker group, which uses the name “The Anonymous Army,” has claimed responsibility for the hack.
The group has been active for the past month and is known for its cyberattacks against governments and corporations.
According to a statement posted on the Anonymous website, the group hacked into the servers of private internet service providers on August 24.
The servers were “maintained by an unnamed private service provider who had been hacked.”
The Anonymous Army also published an article on Medium describing how they obtained information from the hacked servers.
The article includes a detailed description of the server-hacking exploits and a link to the exploits.
The hack was carried out by an anonymous group calling itself “The Army of the Resistance.”
The group claims responsibility for a number of hacks in the past year, including the Sony hack.
Anonymous also published a number “of exploits” on Pastebin, which can be viewed here.
The site also contains a list of security vulnerabilities in the various operating systems and browsers, and warns that any of these vulnerabilities could be used by Anonymous to compromise the systems of the governments, companies, and corporations that rely on them.
According the Anonymous Army, the attacks are being carried out with the assistance of Russian and Chinese cybercriminals.
The hackers have also attacked the sites of the government of Ukraine and a number other governments.
Anonymous said it will not stop until it reaches the “full control” of these governments, which include the United States, France, and Russia.
The Anonymous army claimed responsibility of the attacks against governments of Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Israel.
Anonymous says that they have now released the exploit code that was used to access these servers.
Anonymous has previously claimed to have gained access to several government servers, including those of the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkey.
A statement posted by Anonymous on Pastebin on August 25 read, “The government of the Ukraine, with its security services, are currently being attacked by the armed forces of the Russian Federation, and Anonymous is now in control of the majority of the information systems of Ukraine.”
Anonymous has claimed to be responsible for the attacks on the websites of several governments, including Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, as well as the Ukrainian military.
Anonymous is also active in other areas, including online banking and information sharing.
A hacker group calling themselves “The Black Spokesman” claimed responsibility on August 27 for the breach of a US credit card company.
Anonymous claims responsibility of breaching several other US government agencies including the National Security Agency and the Defense Department, as detailed in a statement on Pastebin.
The Black Spokeman claims responsibility to hack into the systems and servers of the US government.
The attack on the US National Security Administration was carried by Anonymous, according to the Black Spoutman.
Anonymous claimed responsibility over the breach on August 30.
The company’s servers were taken offline and a ransom note was posted online.
Anonymous stated on Pastebin that it will continue to attack the United Nations and its allies, and “will continue to target those countries that do not give us our way of life back.”
The Black Spearman has previously posted several attacks on governments including Egypt, Pakistan, and Ukraine.
Anonymous and Anonymous have also targeted banks, corporations, and governments around the world.
Anonymous members claim to have compromised private email accounts, credit card companies, financial institutions, and other organisations.
Anonymous currently claims to have access to the servers and networks of over 1,000 companies.
Anonymous released the full exploit code to the public on Pastebin in late September.
Anonymous now claims that it has access to more than 30,000 servers and that it controls about 40 percent of the network.
Anonymous states that it is not responsible for any of the exploits and said that they were stolen from Russian intelligence agencies.
Anonymous continues to post exploits and exploits that have already been used against the websites and servers associated with governments and governments are also warning of the potential for attacks on government systems.
Anonymous announced a number attacks on banks, the US, and the World Bank, and also targeted the banks of the World Economic Forum, the World Trade Organization, and a range of other countries, according the Pastebin statement.
The attacks were carried out against banks, financial firms, and government systems, according Anonymous.
Anonymous posted on Pastebin two exploits and more than two dozen other exploits, including a “brute force” attack on banks that the group claims is being carried the same day as the release of the attack on US government servers.