Image via @tibettruth
Active support for Tibet’s cause continues from Anonymous activists, over the past couple of days thousands of passwords, email addresses and log-in details of Chinese websites have been exposed by #Op_Tibet and #BlackHat. Our respect and sincere thanks to those involved in such activism.
Image courtesy of @AnonymousTibet
Anonymous activists struck dozens more Chinese websites on December 5th in an action taken by #Op_Tibet & #BlackHat. Many government sites were targeted and taken offline by the attack, which was taken in support of Tibet’s just cause for national freedom and human rights. Respect to all those who participated in this immensely successful digital activism, your solidarity is greatly appreciated. Thanks to our team across Twitter for the heads-up on this and also to @AnonymousTibet for sharing the image above.
Breaking news received from the Anonymous collective #blackhat reports that some 15000 China-linked usernames and passwords have been hacked as part of the ongoing #Op_Tibet action. This latest strike, taken in support of Tibet’s cause for human rights and national freedom has left many Chinese websites exposed and vulnerable to further attacks. Sincere thanks to all, who know who they are, that contributed and for sharing news of this action.