LulzSec has issued a declaration virtual war on any government or governmental agency, the top priority of which they say “is to steal and leak any classified government information, including email spools and documentation.

Announcement by Lulzsec via Pastebin post :

Salutations Lulz Lizards,

As we’re aware, the government and whitehat security terrorists across the world continue to dominate and control our Internet ocean. Sitting pretty on cargo bays full of corrupt booty, they think it’s acceptable to condition and enslave all vessels in sight. Our Lulz Lizard battle fleet is now declaring immediate and unremitting war on the freedom-snatching moderators of 2011.

Welcome to Operation Anti-Security (#AntiSec) – we encourage any vessel, large or small, to open fire on any government or agency that crosses their path. We fully endorse the flaunting of the word “AntiSec” on any government website defacement or physical graffiti art. We encourage you to spread the word of AntiSec far and wide, for it will be remembered. To increase efforts, we are now teaming up with the Anonymous collective and all affiliated battleships.

Whether you’re sailing with us or against us, whether you hold past grudges or a burning desire to sink our lone ship, we invite you to join the rebellion. Together we can defend ourselves so that our privacy is not overrun by profiteering gluttons. Your hat can be white, gray or black, your skin and race are not important. If you’re aware of the corruption, expose it now, in the name of Anti-Security.

Top priority is to steal and leak any classified government information, including email spools and documentation. Prime targets are banks and other high-ranking establishments. If they try to censor our progress, we will obliterate the censor with cannonfire anointed with lizard blood.

It’s now or never. Come aboard, we’re expecting you…

History begins today.

Lulz Security,


LulzSec invited people to join the “rebellion“, “Whether you’re sailing with us or against us, whether you hold past grudges or a burning desire to sink our lone ship.”

“Together we can defend ourselves so that our privacy is not overrun by profiteering gluttons. Your hat can be white, gray or black, your skin and race are not important. If you’re aware of the corruption, expose it now, in the name of Anti-Security,” LulzSec wrote.

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awal pebruari 2003, sekira enam bulan pasca deklarasi KPRM, patrick maghebula - community organizer SDI (slum dwellers international) afrika selatan - mempraktikkan gerakan menabung di pemukiman TPA antang makassar. tepatnya di balai warga milik lsm yapta-umi. setahun kemudian, 2 - 5 pebruari 2004, salah seorang anggota kprm mengikuti exposure afrika selatan bersama perwakilan RMK jaringan upc, atas undangan SDI.

catatan ini dinspirasi oleh kata "ubuntu"

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Baru-baru ini facebook mengupdate dirinya. Ada 2 hal penting perubahan dari update ini, pengarsipan grup yg tidak lagi aktif dan pengarsipan berkas chat yg dilakukan di fitur chatting facebook. Dari perubahan ini maka nantinya jika ada sesuatu yg dibutuhkan dari sebuah grup yg tidak lagi aktif (telah diarsipkan oleh facebook karena tidak melakukan update sampai batas yg ditentukan) maka cukup dengan menghubungi pihak facebook maka arsip akan mudah ditemukan, adapun persoalan pengarsipan berkas chat di facebook akan memberi manfaat bagi pengguna facebook jika ingin melihat chat yg pernah dilakukan tanpa memerlukan lagi aplikasi dari pihak ketiga. 2 perubahan ini tentu memberikan manfaat bagi pengguna dan dari pihak facebook sendiri hal ini tentu memberi manfaat yg luar biasa, pengarsipan grup yg tidak aktif tentu membuat ruang pada server facebook jadi lapang (tidak lagi dipenuhi grup-grup yg telah menjadi bangkai/sampah).

Namun jika dilihat dari sudut pandang keamanan dan peluang bisnis bagi facebook maka kita akan melihat bahwa perubahan ini tentu sangat berbahaya bagi keamanan chat yg dilakukan di facebook karena seluruh aktifitas chat akan terarsip dengan baik dan parahnya karena arsip berkas chat tidak tersimpan dalam perangkat yg digunakan user tapi tersimpan pada server facebook (coba bandingkan jika chat via instant messenger dengan aplikasi tertentu, arsip tersimpan di perangkat user). Adapun terkait dengan pengarsipan grup facebook, mungkin saja jika suatu saat ada seseorang atau perusahaan yg butuh berkas dari sebuah grup yg telah diarsipkan facebook maka facebook dapat dengan mudah menjualnya karena arsip grup tersebut tidak dapat lagi diakses secara bebas.

Hal ini memang hanya dugaan-dugaan, tapi dalam persoalan keamanan ada baiknya perubahan pada update facebook dicermati dengan baik, jika ingin sedikit merasa aman meski anda tidak dapat seratus persen aman di dunia maya karena semua mungkin untuk terjadi.

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·· a n · a n a r g e e k ··
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I am an anargeek. An anarchogeek. An anarchist and a geek, among others.

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I'm a geek, because I can be considered part of those who like to use, understand and alter those weird machines we call computers.

I'm a geek, then, because I am curious about the way they function. I wonder about what to do with their programs. And I feel excited, sometimes, by some of those uses that have not yet been explored or thought of.

I'm a geek, because these machines are part of my daily life. I use them as clocks, as sound devices, as libraries, as typewriters, as coffee machines, as phones or memorandums. But on top of all, they're wide playgrounds. A support for communication, discoveries, creativity.

I'm a geek, also because I have embedded digital communication at some point. Almost everyday, if not many times a day, I do read my e-mail, administrate some Internet servers, look after the network I'm sharing, inform myself, learn and exchange through forums, mailing-lists and miscellaneous websites, chat and meet through IRC.

I'm a geek, still, because I like the term. It has first been an insult. But then, it's been reclaimed by those it mentions, turned positive and set the roots for a community, as some other "cultural minorities" did.

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I'm an anarchist, because I reject a society that's based upon domination. I'm convinced that self-empowerment and mutual respect are not only possible together and desirable, but that they can be achieved through equality, solidarity and self-management.

I'm an anarchist, then, because I am outraged by those social structures which cause mass exploitation, sufferings and deaths on a permanent basis. I want to contribute in putting this system down, by participating in social struggles and being involved in radical grassroots collectives.

I'm an anarchist, because I see my daily life as an opportunity to experiment my principles. I'm willing to break with social norms, by refusing calls to consumption and competition; reject alienation, by deconstructing oppressive & dominant behaviours, by developing collective & egalitarian alternatives.

I'm an anarchist, also because I tend to feel skeptical towards "official" information, I want to be critical towards mainstream and institutionnal media, since they format our vision with omissions, lies and misinformation. Rejecting self-proclaimed objectivity, I'm seeking for other means of informing and educating myself, for alternative tools to generate and spread the news.

I'm an anarchist, still, because I stand against the paranoia that seizes society, thanks to the manipulation of peoples' fears. I refuse the criminalisation, personal data collection and repression processes which are being launched by authorities against the poor, lower class and activists. Needless to say we have to resist.

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I'm an anargeek, because I'm willing to bring together technological creativity and computer know-how with ethical considerations and political practices. While thought provides practice with meaning and direction, practice enhances thought and offers ideas a concrete expression.

I'm an anargeek, then, because I wish to live in a society based upon self-determination, free cooperation and collective intelligence. Thus I endorse the free software movement, which comes as the result of the worldwide volunteer collaboration of thousands, allowing anyone not only to share and understand, but also to modify and distribute computer programs.

I'm an anargeek, because I refuse to be enslaved by either a political system or a computer system. While states impose laws upon citizens, proprietary software force standards upon users. While authorities prevent agitation through repression, the companies attempt to kill alternatives through patents. I want to be able to self-manage my life, just as I want to be able to understand, modify or create the tools I use.

I'm an anargeek, also because I want to resist the never-ending consumption enforced by capitalism, that keeps on producing goods, throwing away and wasting resources, while manipulating peoples' minds, always. I recycle hardware that's considered obsolete, re-animate it with spare parts, liberate it with free software. I like reaching the limits of out-dated machines, creating rather than consuming, in an attempt to mix imagination and politics altogether.

I'm an anargeek, because I feel the need to disrupt some attitudes that stick to the communities I'm involved with. I wish the radical-left political and alternative computer cultures to get to know each other for a number of reasons: it is essential to challenge the strong sexist culture that lies within geekism and to critically assess the high specialisation that goes with computer science, as it is necessary to have militant movements understand digital potentials.

I'm an anargeek, also because computing happens to be an excellent medium for producing and spreading independent information. So do I participate to counter-information networks such as Indymedia: an autonomous media that is spread around the world and open to all, that breaks the borders between actors/spectators/journalists and raises issues mainstream media cautiously ignore or disinform about.

I am an anargeek, because I don't want to stay dumb, a know-nothing; or refuse to learn more, a know-everything. I want to remain open towards knowledge, learn and teach, share & discover skills I've never heard of, look beyond the rim of my teacup. I refuse to adhere to the traditional hierarchy which pretends that elders and superiors know better in any field of endeavour, just because they are older.

I'm an anargeek, still, because if computers do facilitate social control and domination, I do believe they can also be used as instruments of self-empowerment, communication and sedition. Since knowledge is more useful when shared rather than kept to oneself, I participate in skill-sharing workshops, or get involved in setting up collective non-commercial tools and "services" such as autonomous servers, free Internet access points, websites or hardware solidarity projects...

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This "manifesto" does not aim at speaking up for you. You're free to partly adopt it, fully endorse it, totally reject it. And because there's just as many anargeeks as individuals, I encourage everyone to write and execute her/his manifesto, experiment his/her ideas, draw her graffiti or his ASCII!

Starification, leadership and passivity? No thanks! Everyone can invent and re-program him/herself!

December 2002,

English translation
by darkveggy,
June 2004.

Mirabile contributed
a paragraph to v1.1,
March 2005.

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Translation note: anargeek stands for anarchogeek. While anargeek is not very verbose in English, it instantly makes sense in French, provided the reader knows about the terms anarchist and geek (anar being short for anarchist). Since anarchogeek is already known as a blog (rabble's, from Indymedia -, anargeek was kept.

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Anda menggunakan linux ?

Tahukah anda, mimpi buruk apa yang anda akan dapatkan ?

Menggunakan OS GNU/Linux adalah menjebak diri dalam sebuah mimpi buruk yang akan terus menghantui anda. Ini bukan sebuah omong kosong, mari kita lihat ....

Kapan anda mulai menggunakan linux ?

jika jawaban anda "baru 10 tahun yang lalu" maka bersiap-siaplah mendapatkan mimpi buruk karena anda tidak tahu ada apa sebelum 10 tahun yang lalu. jika anda menjawab "kurang dari 10 tahun atau lebih kecil lagi (misal 2 tahun)" itu artinya ancaman semakin besar"

Apakah anda sering membaca-baca dokumentasi seputar linux, lebih spesifik lagi "seputar bug atau celah keamanan" yang ada dalam setiap release linux atau aplikasi-aplikasi yang ada didalamnya ?

jika anda menjawab jarang maka bersiaplah dihantui oleh mimpi buruk dan jika anda menjawab tidak pernah itu artinya mimpi buruk telah didepan mata anda.

Mimpi buruk apa ???
Mimpi buruk yg sering dialami pengguna OS yang lain, yang sekaligus menjadi alasan sebagian orang beralih ke OS GNU/Linux. apa itu ? pemanfaatan celah keamanan yang ada dalam OS anda untuk keperluan-keperluan tertentu dalam proses eksploitasi mesin/komputer anda.

Lalu ???

Mimpi buruk itu adalah sebuah fakta yang tidak dapat dipungkiri, namun itu bukan alasan untuk kembali menggunakan OS dan Aplikasi roprietary yang hanya akan merusak cara anda berpikir dan bertingkah laku. Menggunakan OS GNU/Linux adalah sebuah kemajuan, ada pun mimpi buruk yang disebutkan diatas adalah akibat dari sebuah kelalaian pengguna GNU/Linux (karena itulah saya menanyakan 2 pertanyaan sebelum mengungkapkan mimpi buruk pengguna OS GNU/Linux). Dengan menyadari mimpi buruk yang menghantui pengguna OS GNU/Linux seharusnya kita (sebagai pengguna OS GNU/Linux dan Aplikasi-Aplikasinya) menjadi termotifasi untuk lebih banyak belajar lagi karena faktanya masih banyak hal yang belum kita ketahui (bug dan celah keamanan adalah 2 hal yang cukup penting dalam dunia komputer). Selain belajar kita juga harus lebih memahami arti yang lebih penting dalam penggunaan OS GNU/Linux (bukan hanya sekedar gratis-gratisan yang ada hubungannya dengan uang - this is not about money) sehingga penggunaan OS GNU/Linux betul-betul menjadi hal penting dalam interaksi sosial di kehidupan kita karena faktanya tak ada aplikasi yang 100 % bebas dari bug dan tak ada suatu sistem keamanan yang 100 % aman (selalu ada kesalahan dalam pemrograman, selalu ada celah keamanan yang tak sempat terlihat) maka dari itu budaya berbagi harus selalu dikedepankan. Berbagi apa saja termasuk berbagi informasi terkait dengan bug dan celah keamanan, tak ada alasan pembenaran yang dapat diterima bagi penyembunyian informasi bug dan celah keamanan kecuali alasan keperluan menyembunyikan senjata guna dipakai menyerang orang lain - jika semua orang memegang senjata yang sama maka alih-alih akan berperang justru mereka akan saling menghormati dan menghargai karena menyadari bahwa orang lain juga memiliki kekuatan yang sama dengan diriku dan hal ini juga akan memotivasi semua orang untuk lebih banyak lagi belajar dan berbagi).

Begitulah menurutku, dan aku pikir kalian cukup cerdas untuk memahaminya


Kami Tak Punya Banyak Hal, Tapi Kami Selalu Berbagi Apa Yang Kami Miliki

Panjang Umur Para Pengguna GNU/Linux

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wake up before too late.//edited by zukoz3n