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March 31: Operation Global Blackout: Hackers Intend to Shut Down the Internet by Disabling Core DNS Servers

[Ed. Note: 'Anonymous' wants to disable the ONE thing that gives truth a fighting chance, the internet; The great equalizer. Can you say "cointelpro"? I knew ya could.]

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

The hacking group known as Anonymous intends to attack the core servers that control the routing of all internet traffic. DNS, or Domain Name Servers, are a critical backbone of the web and make it possible for internet surfers to reach web site destinations by typing in a domain name in their browsers. Once a particular web site is requested, a query is sent to a domain name server, which then redirects that web address to a specific IP address on the web. Without these servers, access to web sites through traditional means (typing in a ‘dot com’) becomes impossible, because there is no way to direct the traffic to the appropriate web site destination.

According to a statement released by Anonymous, it is these servers that will come under fire on Saturday, March 31.

Anonymous says they do not intend to ‘kill’ the internet completely, but rather, the end game of Operation Blackout 2012 is a temporary take down of the internet where “it hurts most.” According to the group, the operation is being carried out to:

…protest SOPA, Wallstreet, our irresponsible leaders and the beloved bankers who are starving the world for their own selfish needs out of sheer sadistic fun, on March 31, anonymous will shut the Internet down. (source)

Read More @ SHTFPlan.com

9 comments to March 31: Operation Global Blackout: Hackers Intend to Shut Down the Internet by Disabling Core DNS Servers

  • Paul Prichard (Paper Bear)

    We had better be asking for the native IP addresses for websites like SGTREPORT.COM and ZEROHEDGE.COM and these websites need to post the native IP addresses of whatever stuff they link to.

  • Carl

    Get the desopa plugin for firefox. It will resolve the dns into an IP. Takes a little longer to get to a site but it will work

  • mike

    Well there is you False Flag right there…Anonymous? I thought the leaders were pinched. This will only give the Gov greater support for any online laws…I cant wait to see how this is pitched.

  • Captison

    So the answer to government censorship of the internet is to destroy the internet?
    “You can’t censor the internet if it doesn’t work. Ha haa!”

    Isn’t this like protesting carbon taxes by not breathing?
    “You can’t tax us for carbon emissions if we are not breathing. Ha haa! (gasping)”

    Or protesting GMOs by refusing to eat anything?
    “You can’t poison our bodies if we refuse to eat. Ha haa!”

    …maybe protesting torture by killing yourself?
    “You can’t torture us if we kill ourselves. …!”

    By the way, haven’t we had enough of making everyone suffer in order to stop suffering?

  • Bobby

    Anonymous actually released a video saying that if the shutdown actually occurred, it would not be from them. They said that someone in the guise of anonymous is making these statements; while they did say that shutting down the internet was possible in theory. This leaves the door wide open to a government operation to vilify Anonymous to further their goal of controlling the web.

  • mad man

    INTERNET IS NOT SO EASY TO SHUT ANY MORE LIKE BEFORE…WHY? IN MY OPINION BECAUSE MOBILE PHONE TOWERS IS AN ALTERNATIVE ACTIVE DNS ALREADY AND IT’S MIRRORED SIMULTANEOUSLY REAL TIME NOW…

    THE WAY TO SHUT IT DOWN NOT THROUGH THE CORE ANY MORE…THE HACKERS MISSED THIS OPPORTUNITY IN TIME.JUST LIKE THE ELITE MISSED 1991 OPPORTUNITY…

  • mad man

    ACTIVE DIRECTORIES WAS THE REAL FIREWALL FOR THAT.!.

  • Nurikabe

    I hope “Anonymous” waits until Monday. I could use a day off.

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