Thursday, 27 September 2012
Anonymous launched attack Spanish government website
Anonymous has removed from the Internet the web site of the Spanish National Police located at www.policia.es - and will keep it offline so long as continue the brutality.
The attack on the primary website of the Parliament of Spain include not only DdoS and hacking, but also Black Fax & E-Mail bombs. With this attack Anonymous will removing the Parliament of Spain from the Internet entirely.
For the second day running, tens of thousands of demonstrators led by the so-called indignados, or outraged, descended on the square – some 100 meters from Spain’s Congress building. Many in the crowd chanted "government, resign!" while hoisting up placards bearing the slogan “No” in opposition to the country's austerity program. The demonstrators are calling for new elections, saying the proposal of deeper budget cuts proves the ruling Popular Party has lost its legitimacy by failing to keep its promises. Many protesters were particularly enraged that the government was making cuts to health, education and public sector salaries while pumping funds into the country's ailing banking sector to keep it afloat.