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Anonymous is the world’s most well-known “hacktivist” group. The group’s mechanics are difficult to characterize due to its informal nature. As a result, explaining Anonymous to the general public and the media is difficult without a clear organizational hierarchy. In this essay, I’ll go over the group’s history and clarify some of the misconceptions surrounding them.
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Hacktivist is a combination of the words “hacker” and “activist.” When people have technical skills, Internet access, and a basic understanding of network infrastructure and servers, it can be tempting to put that knowledge to use.
Anonymous’ numerous members around the world are united in their opinion that corporations and organizations that they believe are corrupt should be assaulted. If you’re an administrator for a network that has no cause to be a target for social activists, Anonymous is unlikely to target your network and servers.
If you think your network might be a target, I recommend that you test it for DDoS attacks, which are the most popular method Anonymous uses to shut down web sites.