31 Oct '13, 9am

Hacker group threatens to attack Singapore

This article was contributed by the STOMP Team. 6.40pm update: The video has been taken down from YouTube as of 6.40pm Original article: An alleged international hacker group named Anonymous has uploaded a viral video to protest against the Government's new licensing rules imposed on websites here. The video was posted on Oct 29 and threatened to affect Singapore's infrastructure if ignored. The clip also urged locals to join the protest by dressing in black and red on November 5. It also asked facebook users to black out their profile pictures for a day on that date. The video contained a picture of a man in Guy Fawkes mask, and mentioned that The Messiah, who had previously gained notoriety for hacking local websites, was a member of their organisation.

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