- Mar 24, 2011
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|Storage||Samsung EVO 850 256GB / WD Caviar Black 1TB|
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Isn't that an oxymoron? Anonymous as far as I know is not a group that know who each other are, its just random people from 4chan. Not very organized or anything, but I don't go to 4chan, so maybe I'm wrong.
As for their part, this doesn't have the same effect as what Anonymous would go for. They tend to be about informing and uncovering, like a more destructive Wikileaks if you will. If Anonymous were to stage an attack on Sony, it would mostly be a DDoS or stealing and releasing some important information about the company. The general idea behind most attacks from Anonymous is to hold people accountable for their actions, this attack on the other hand was deliberate fraud. The people found an exploit, and decided to use it to try and steal some money/information.