AnonGhost Talk With IBTimes UK : #OpSaveGaza

 
Defending Palestine
Speaking exclusively to IBTimes UK, Mauritania Attacker Admin (MAA), the hacker who founded the AnonGhost Team group, said the reason behind its attacks was simple:
"We are very proud that we are defending Palestine. It's a duty to try to establish peace for humanity, spreading awareness. As you can see religion doesn't make us different, or nationality, we are united together."
The "we" MAA talks about is a disparate group of hackers who make up AnonGhost and who are based in 15 different countries across Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
While the wider Anonymous movement has put its weight behind the campaigns against Israel, AnonGhost is eager to disassociate itself from the more well-known group.
We Are Not Legion
"We don't have any relationship with Anonymous. AnonGhost is different from Anonymous, we don't have the same goal and don't have the same level in hacking," MAA said. "Everybody can be Anonymous just by putting an Anonymous logo as their default profile picture, download LOIC [a tool used in DDoS attacks], start DDoDing and talking."
MAA says you cannot trust the whole of Anonymous because "you are dealing with some people who are hiding their identity to you" adding that comparing AnonGhost with Anonymous is "like an insult for us".
For over a year now AnonGhost has been carrying the fight to Israel in cyberspace. The problem until now however, has been that Israel's defences are just too robust.

Anonymous claimed the operation a success, saying it had inflicted $3 billion (£1.77bn) worth of damage on Israel.
The truth was a lot different.
Israel said the attacks caused "hardly any real damage" twisting the knife by saying "Anonymous doesn't have the skills to damage the country's vital infrastructure. And if that was its intention, then it wouldn't have announced the time of the attack. It wants to create noise in the media about issues that are close to its heart."

#OpIsrael classed a failure
Security experts looking at the damage inflicted called the $3bn figure "ridiculous" while others said the leaked data dump appeared to be fake.

MAA's response to the criticism seems like a case of burying your head in the sand.
"The Israel government are just liars, we ignore what they said and everything they are going to say in the future."
While OpIsrael is seen as a failure, this has not deterred the cyber-activists from trying again.
On the eve of Israel's latest offensive campaign against Gaza - dubbed Operation Protective Edge -  AnonGhost launched it's latest campaign, called #OpSaveGaza.
The campaign is once again being hailed as a success, with AnonGhost claiming it knocked thousands of websites offline, leaked login details of the Israeli government and most recently claiming "the biggest bank system in Israel" had been compromised.

Certain is that Mauritania Attacker Admin and his AnonGhost Team hacktivists won't give up on their fight.

Content(Edited) From : Yahoo
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