Hacker group 'Anonymous' threatens China with 'Operation Hong Kong'
The infamous hacker network 'Anonymous' is now threatening Chinese government with a campaign called 'Operation Hong Kong'
Washington: The infamous hacker network 'Anonymous' is now threatening Chinese government with a campaign called 'Operation Hong Kong'
The group, Anonymous, posted online - Here's your heads up, prepare for us, try to stop it, the only success you will have will be taking all your sites offline.
They also boasted that China cannot stop them, and China should have expected them before abusing their power against the citizens of Hong Kong.
Anonymous plans to release tens of thousands of government documents and to launch a Distributed Denial of Service attack over the weekend.
The activists' plan comes in the wake of student-led protests for democratic reforms in Hong Kong. The students' efforts, which included heated altercations with police, died down this week, but activists say that future gatherings will happen.
This is definitely not the end - we've never set a time frame for how long this should go on. It's normal for people to go home, to come and go," Alex Chow, one of the student leaders said.