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Submitted by GeekRepublic 944d ago | news

Anonymous South Africa denies link to GhostShell hackers

Geek Republic - As if hacker affiliations weren’t complicated enough, the so-called official Anonymous group of South Africa on Wednesday denied any alliance with Team GhostShell, the internet group who on Tuesday posted just over a hundred separate documents with private information from companies including Sasol, Woolworths and Post-Net. GhostShell said ” … it was decided that a new Anonymous branch needs to be created to enforce the peoples [sic] will in [South Africa] and form an open bond with the rest of the world, just so that anyone can know at all times the current events that happen there”. (Anonymous, Culture)

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