Editor's Note: Pastor Jim Bakker's "31 Things" prophesies of 'cyber warfare.'
“Anonymous” hackers now have 25 fewer soldiers on their front lines attacking supposedly secure web sites. They have been creating a stir amongst national security agencies involving state secrets allegedly being revealed by organizations such as wikileaks.
Interpol “Operation Unmask” arrested 25 members from the Anonymous hacker group. The “sting” covered cities in Europe and Latin America after an organized cyber attack
Against the Colombian Ministry of Defense , the Presidency, major utilities and more. These attacks originated out of Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Spain,” Interpol said.
The suspects are from 17 years old to 40. Confiscated by the International Police was 250 pieces of computer equipment, cell phones, credit cards and cash. The raid covered 40 locations in 15 cities. Bernd Rossbach, acting director of police services at Interpol, which is in the French city of Lyon, insinuated that you can hide but you can not run out of our jurisdiction. “This operation shows that crime in the virtual world does have real consequences for those involved, and that the Internet cannot be seen as a safe haven for criminal activity,”
Four arrested suspected hackers were accused of sabotaging websites and publishing confidential data on the internet.
“Anonymous” claimed credit for an online raid on the Los Angeles Police Canine Association and previously attacked websites of the CIA and FBI.