The Anonymous have been in the news for their anti-government initiatives launched world-wide. The group was bit a clam for past few weeks as international investigation agencies around the world had raided many countries in search of the hackers of the group and had arrested many suspects. But it seems that these widespread raids won’t affect these groups. In a latest happening, member of the group involved in attack over NATO claims that they have access to the NATO’s computer network and continue to extract data. NATO’s electronic bookshop site was hacked last month.
According to a mail to CBS News by a hacker who goes by the handle Commander X, the group will release all the information it gathers. On Twitter, Anonymous said that it would be “irresponsible” to post most of the data. However, Commander X told CBS News that Anonymous plans to release every NATO document it has in its possession. “Anonymous ALWAYS releases EVERYTHING we take…eventually. But with these big classified dumps we like to take our time analyzing exactly what it is we have. That way we can do the disclosures in such a way as to maximize the political impact of the release.” wrote the hacker. The Anonymous claims to have stolen 1GB of files of NATO. Now its interesting to wait and watch what further steps would be taken by the respective authorities and Anonymous. Stay tuned !