Our crew over on Twitter has today been sent a video statement from the Anonymous project called ‘Operation Tibet’. It calls upon those taking part in the global Million Mask March on November 5 to remember Tibet and also highlights China’s disturbing policy of forcing Uyghur children from their families and detaining them in brainwashing centers. Many thanks to @tibettruth and @AnonymousTibet @Project_Tibet for news on this.
Image: courtesy of @anonriddler
Earlier we were informed by our team on Twitter that ‘Operation Tibet’ was today launched by Anonymous activists, reports from @AnonymousTibet and @anonriddler at that time referenced two Chinese regime websites which had been attacked and taken offline.
Since then we’ve read that a further four sites run by the Chinese government have been hacked and crashed, these are being reported on our Facebook and Twitter pages. So do visit @digitalactivism (Facebook) and @tibettruth (Twitter) for latest updates.
There will no doubt be further actions and these will be posted across our social-media channels once confirmed. Until then major appreciation to all those within #teamriddler #blackhat_global #Op_Tibet for such active solidarity, especially on Tibetan Independence Day!
Anonymous activists have today launched another #Op_Tibet action, timed to strike on Tibetan Independence Day.
Already we are seeing across Twitter that websites and email accounts linked to the Chinese regime have been targeted. Twelve government websites have been taken off line and earlier a #blackhat action announced that over 44, 000 emails linked to China’s regime and businesses had been destroyed!
A superb video has also been published by Anonymous, which we have been sharing across social media. Superb effort too from our Twitter team @tibettruth who have been across news from Operation Tibet.
Image courtesy of #Anonymous
What an amazingly positive day this is proving for Tibet’s cause, across the internet and social media people are discussing and sharing about Tibetan independence, over on Twitter the flag of Tibet is being shared far and wide. Wonderful to see such solidarity and good-hearted actions.
Special mention must be made to those Anonymous activists who have again shown a remarkable capacity to break through China’s internet defenses and wreak havoc with Chinese government websites. There has been much buzz over on Twitter over the past week and it was great to see that ‘Operation Tibet’ was going to strike on Tibetan Independence Day in support of Tibet’s just cause.
Imagine the applause then which erupted over the past few hours as Anonymous targeted a number of websites run by China’s regime, some operating in occupied Tibet, and left a trail of wreckage, defacement and hacked sites, including that of the Supreme Court of China, which was taken offline by hacktivists earlier this morning. Others have been trashed, including a site linked to East Turkestan, the content of which has been removed and replaced with unreadable characters. While two sites that cover regions in Eastern Tibet have been completely crashed!
It’s a remarkable action and this Blog wishes to express a genuine gratitude to those anonymous individuals who have invested their skill, experience and energy in striking a blow for Tibet at the virtual heart of China’s tyrants. Thanks are due also to our many friends on Twitter and also @tibettruth for sharing information on this latest action, as we have said previously, together we make the difference! Awesome work guys and the oppressed people of Tibet would be very happy and encouraged to learn of such incredible support.
Image Was Posted On An Anonymous Hosting Site http://anony.ws/kh4Q & Tweeted Via @ProjectInject
Couple days back we posted a video released by Anonymous activists who run ‘Operation Tibet‘ in which China’s regime was challenged over its actions in Tibet, well just 24 hours later and we learn from our friends over on Twitter that a Chinese government website, that promotes propaganda regarding an area within the occupied Amdo region has today been crashed by Anonymous. The site http://www.zeku.gov.cn/ has been removed. Thanks to @AnonymousTibet for news of this latest action and to @ProjectInject for posting a link to the image above.
Anonymous has this morning released via Twitter a video update of of its action ‘Operation Tibet’ thanks to @AnonymousTibet for the heads-up.
This week has seen a number of Chinese government websites disabled by Anonymous in an ongoing exercise in what is a clear example of ethical hacking.Operation Tibet has struck again today with news that a site representing China’s regime in the occupied region of Amdo has been crashed once again. The site http://www.gansu.gov.cn was at the time this post was published, not loading, a matter of celebration for Tibetans, whose own official sites have come under relentless cyber attack from China’s state approved hackers. Our thanks to @tibettruth for alerting us on this.