Pirate Party asks Operation Payback to cease DDoS attacks

Pirate Party asks Operation Payback to cease DDoS attacks.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/11/tsZ7tb.jpg[/newsimage]It turns out that the FBI investigation into Operation Payback after their DDoS attacks on the US Copyright Group may not be the reason for their abrupt change in tactics after all.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/pirate-party-asks-operation-payback-to-cease-ddos-attacks-36916/](http://www.myce.com/news/pirate-party-asks-operation-payback-to-cease-ddos-attacks-36916/)

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If the people behind Anynymous are never ever caught, it will give anybody with an internet connection one big lesson: You can make a difference, no matter who you are or what your leaders think you should be.

I will suggest that they will never be caught, its far too easy to find someones unsecured wifi, sit outside the building, initiate the attack and be on your way before any are the wiser. As long as there are infected PC’s all over the world (botnets), and unsecured wifi (to access the botnets), there will be no way to catch the perpetrators, because the FBI does not have the resources to cover every open wifi connection.