Hackers who appear to be part of Anonymous could be planning to hit the Chinese government with DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks and database dumps tomorrow. Twitter user @trezsec just tweeted the following messages.
— Ҭ®€z (@trezsec) October 10, 2014
According to Twitter user @AnonymousGlobo:
— Anonymous (@AnonymousGlobo) October 10, 2014
Here is the message the hackers have for the Chinese government:
October 11th starting at 1pm MST we will be conducting the #OpHongKong twitterstorm.
A message to the Chinese Government:
This twitterstorm is to show how much support we have around the world. To prove our point to you, if it is not clear as of now, we will also be launching a mass DDoS attack on Chinese Government servers. Here’s your heads up, prepare for us, try to stop it, the only success you will have will be taking all your sites offline.
Here, we’ll even help you out:
Some of our top targets:
www.mps.gov.cn – Chinese Police
www.police.gov.hk – Hong Kong Police
www.mod.gov.cn – Ministry of Defence of China
www.moj.gov.cn – Ministry of Justice for China
China, you cannot stop us.
You should have expected us before abusing your power against the citizens of Hong Kong
We Are Anonymous
We Don’t Forgive
We Don’t Forget
We Stand in Solidarity with the Citizens of Hong Kong
Chinese Government, October 11th, Expect us.