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Mar 15 2012

Use at Your Own Risk

Anonymous unveils its own OS.

As a person who heavily mods his Operating System, I am not too thrilled about the new AnonOS. Created as a platform to enhance privacy and piracy protections, aid in cyber attacks, and veil internet traffic through the now crack-able TOR networks; this OS seems to be geared to your average /b/tard who still can’t triforce and who’s power level is nowhere near 9,000.

This OS is infinitely hack-able and some Anon actors have been known to release products into the community that can turn PCs into slaves. Usually these attempts are a sort of “level check”, ensuring that user has enough skill to avoid the malicious code, and thus prove their skill level in the community, or is blissfully unaware that someone has just recruited their computer.

What makes me even more skeptical about this new OS is that there are bound to be government and corporate security specialists that are absolutely drooling about this software, since any user is practically erecting a neon light that says “I’m a Hacker, LOLZ”. The OS is just too easy to backdoor into.

I’ll probably set it up on an offline system and play around with the software but, it would be dumb to connect that comp to any network and I would advise against it (to my chan readers especially). Since Sabu got arrested and ratted out a portion of Anon, the last thing the community needs is a bunch of noobs getting pulled into the party van.

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    Gregory in Seattle

    Let’s see…. Who could possibly be interested in tracking the people who install an operating system allegedly produced by a declared “cyber-terror” group?

    I’ll give you three guesses, and I bet you won’t need guesses two or three.

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    lordshipmayhem

    If I’m paranoid about security, I’ll give OpenBSD a try. For now, Linux seems to be handling my security issues just fine.

    Anything from a hacker group, even from Anonymous, I’ll give a bye, as the malware and spyware warning flags are raised.

  3. 3
    leftwingfox

    Sourceforge has removed it. Essentially it’s a big pile of trojans, malware and fail released under the Anonymous name.

    http://sourceforge.net/blog/anonymous-os-response/

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      Assassin Actual

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      Gregory in Seattle

      No surprises there.

  4. 4
    jon

    the screenshots said enough for me :p

    a better ‘anon’ os would be this one: https://tails.boum.org/about/index.en.html

  5. 5
    sithrazer

    If you look around a bit, there are linux distros geared for security/privacy/hacking put together by reliable/reputable people, schools or businesses.

  6. 6
    daniellavine

    Let’s see…. Who could possibly be interested in tracking the people who install an operating system allegedly produced by a declared “cyber-terror” group?

    Supposedly, @anonops and @youranonnews both claimed that this is not really an “official” anonymous thing. Anonymous seems to be distancing themselves as much as possible from this.

    Also, the checksums on lots of packages are failing so, you know:

    “Anonymosus may be harmful.”

    http://pastebin.com/NuyiyBM6

    If I’m paranoid about security, I’ll give OpenBSD a try. For now, Linux seems to be handling my security issues just fine.

    Anonymosus is a linux distro. Someone just fucked Ubuntu up even worse and ended up with this.

    @AA: What OS and what sorts of mods do you use?

    1. 6.1
      lordshipmayhem

      I’m using Mandriva, although every once in awhile I’m tempted to give Fedora a spin.

      OpenBSD has the reputation for security. Not for nothing is its mascot a pufferfish.

      And of course if I really want to test my computer geek credentials, I’d try installing Slackware.

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