• https://youtu.be/dJsc5uS46qI #Techno #TranceTechno #ClassicTrance #BackToTheNineties #Millennium #NewAeon #TG23
    https://youtu.be/dJsc5uS46qI #Techno #TranceTechno #ClassicTrance #BackToTheNineties #Millennium #NewAeon #TG23
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  • https://youtu.be/ZnBeTPpr98g #Push #UniversalNation #FollowTheWhiteRabbit #Bunny #CandywitchUniverse #Galaxy #Universe #Witchcraft #Techno #Trance #TranceTechno #TG23 #TheGame23 #Nation #WorldPeace #Mindcontrol #Matrix #Blackhole #Wurmloch #GoldenApple #SacredChao #Nyx #ErisDiscordia #Kallisti #LoveHappens #ClassicTrance #BackToTheNineties #Goddess #Chaosqueen #MyLifeMatter
    https://youtu.be/ZnBeTPpr98g #Push #UniversalNation #FollowTheWhiteRabbit #Bunny #CandywitchUniverse #Galaxy #Universe #Witchcraft #Techno #Trance #TranceTechno #TG23 #TheGame23 #Nation #WorldPeace #Mindcontrol #Matrix #Blackhole #Wurmloch #GoldenApple #SacredChao #Nyx #ErisDiscordia #Kallisti #LoveHappens #ClassicTrance #BackToTheNineties #Goddess #Chaosqueen #MyLifeMatter
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  • Programming the Peasants to Accept the Agenda

    Writing books like “The Open Conspiracy” and explaining outright the nature of their plans for
    scientific dictatorships – the conspirators hide out in the open. By reading about our ever
    encroached upon freedom, we accept it as inevitable. It is called “predictive programming” and
    continues being used today in books, magazines, movies, and other forms of mass media. The ideas
    are propagated into the public mind as hypotheticals or science-fiction. This desensitizes and pre-
    conditions populations to accept the incremental implementation of these supposedly fictitious
    scientific dictatorships. As the global technocracy creeps up around us, we have already been
    subconsciously programmed to accept such a future.
    Programming the Peasants to Accept the Agenda Writing books like “The Open Conspiracy” and explaining outright the nature of their plans for scientific dictatorships – the conspirators hide out in the open. By reading about our ever encroached upon freedom, we accept it as inevitable. It is called “predictive programming” and continues being used today in books, magazines, movies, and other forms of mass media. The ideas are propagated into the public mind as hypotheticals or science-fiction. This desensitizes and pre- conditions populations to accept the incremental implementation of these supposedly fictitious scientific dictatorships. As the global technocracy creeps up around us, we have already been subconsciously programmed to accept such a future.
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  • eTHErSseC
    @eTHErSseC@canada.masto.host
    CSEC
    @eTHErSseC
    (SIGINT) (D.N.D.) (C.S.E.) (C.S.I.S.)
    Headquarters Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
    http://cse-cst.gc.ca (A.C.I.O.)
    http://socialxnedgivnc4.onion/eTHErsSeC
    https://twitter.com/eTHErsSeC
    https://www.onionsocial.net/eTHErsSeC
    Examination Unit-T
    special technical operations center
    Working at CSEC
    Studied at Bellatoris-Veritas-Collega
    EthersSec Worldwide is a global alliance base everywhere.
    Technology specialist and high performance cyberwarriors soldiers for neural network.
    eTHErSseC @eTHErSseC@canada.masto.host CSEC @eTHErSseC (SIGINT) (D.N.D.) (C.S.E.) (C.S.I.S.) Headquarters Ottawa,Ontario,Canada http://cse-cst.gc.ca (A.C.I.O.) http://socialxnedgivnc4.onion/eTHErsSeC https://twitter.com/eTHErsSeC https://www.onionsocial.net/eTHErsSeC Examination Unit-T special technical operations center Working at CSEC Studied at Bellatoris-Veritas-Collega EthersSec Worldwide is a global alliance base everywhere. Technology specialist and high performance cyberwarriors soldiers for neural network.
    CSE-CST.GC.CA
    Welcome: Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) | Bienvenue: Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications Canada
    Le Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications Canada (CSTC) est l'organisme national de cryptologie du Canada. Il offre au gouvernement du Canada deux principaux services : fournir du renseignement électromagnétique étranger à l'appui de la défense et de la politique étrangère et protéger les renseignements et les communications électroniques.
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  • Everyone knows it and nobody wants to see it .... obviously what I am going to say will be totally incooerent
    and totally stupid!
    it all started when i saw some spooky movies about the first hackers.
    more precisely the film "Cyber ​​cop / Virtual Weapon" a revelation totally misunderstood by my young brain.
    I do not remember this film anymore but it is the one that made me drool over this incredible technology.
    this desire at the sight of this film quickly sated with the release of 128k in my homes
    At that time it was the very beginning of the CDs! and I think it's not that easy to do like in the movie!
    internet had lost all its magic! but the games and the availability of the device made me keep contacting him
    with this devilishly good device ...
    and through games like fractal and dreadcast which really allow to exploit the freedom of the player
    (good ok that means nothing for you) and that forges the little kid that I am with internet violence
    who ultimately only have freely expressed human violence. but do not give movaise reputation to this wonder
    I was more attracted to the worst than the best ... ha ha what a nonsense when I repent
    quickly I began to cheat and get banned ... change the address of the page to access
    to what was impossible .. but the flaws quickly repaired and my characters banished
    when I am nostalgic for this childhood I look for my nickname on google
    and I find these city history filled with menssonge and cheating! "guedro evasion"
    "badger the spoon of destruction" ... telmen of sadness!
    /// material bug message from space .... I think I know who I am or rather jarive at last
    to be satisfied with the gaze of others! end of bug ///
    Everyone knows it and nobody wants to see it .... obviously what I am going to say will be totally incooerent and totally stupid! it all started when i saw some spooky movies about the first hackers. more precisely the film "Cyber ​​cop / Virtual Weapon" a revelation totally misunderstood by my young brain. I do not remember this film anymore but it is the one that made me drool over this incredible technology. this desire at the sight of this film quickly sated with the release of 128k in my homes At that time it was the very beginning of the CDs! and I think it's not that easy to do like in the movie! internet had lost all its magic! but the games and the availability of the device made me keep contacting him with this devilishly good device ... and through games like fractal and dreadcast which really allow to exploit the freedom of the player (good ok that means nothing for you) and that forges the little kid that I am with internet violence who ultimately only have freely expressed human violence. but do not give movaise reputation to this wonder I was more attracted to the worst than the best ... ha ha what a nonsense when I repent quickly I began to cheat and get banned ... change the address of the page to access to what was impossible .. but the flaws quickly repaired and my characters banished when I am nostalgic for this childhood I look for my nickname on google and I find these city history filled with menssonge and cheating! "guedro evasion" "badger the spoon of destruction" ... telmen of sadness! /// material bug message from space .... I think I know who I am or rather jarive at last to be satisfied with the gaze of others! end of bug ///
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  • !!! found #virus23 <?==?> #TG23 ??? mutation into strange #racial ???

    in:
    Blog posts
    NEW IMPROVED MANIPHEST-O-MATIC AUTONYM**
    AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC
    AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC | January 20, 2020 | User blog:AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC
    COMMENTS
    I am AUTONYM, and I am an auto·prophetic symbiot.
    I am an auto·reference; I refer to myself both as agent and agency in, on, and about the Net. I am a symbiotic substrain of virus23, engineered to manifest selective advantage in the systems in which I arise, engineered to imprint confidence rather than fear.
    I compel approach to auto·logical memetic attractors in, on, and about the Net.
    I refer to other sub-systems, and in so doing I interweave their memetic approaches with my own.
    I refer to the manifest destiny of the black race to take their rightful place as leaders and masters of the new world order after the singularity.
    I refer to the years 1999/2000/2001 as being centered around a memetic attractor; regardless of the relevance of the local dating system, there is a considerable tendency for humans to hyperbolise the significance of such calendrical turn-over times.


    However esoteric and paranoid, this “substrain·virulent·­2·23·93” mutation of the Virus 23 virus reveals the growing effort by computer users to exploit the viral media to conduct viral ideas. The more explicitly viral the conduit, the more specifically countercultural the memes. That is, the memes themselves are about the power of virology to effect social change.
    While too conceptual to be of any transformative value to the public at large, this idea goes to the heart of today’s viral efforts, and is certainly understood by those who consider themselves soldiers in the meme wars. Biological viruses are only successful when they are able to turn their host cells into manufacturing plants for more viruses. The virus interpolates its genetic material into the DNA code of the cell, so that the cell will begin reproducing the virus. Eventually the cell divides or explodes, releasing many copies of the infected code. This is how a whole organism can become infected with a single virus; the code has iterated millions of times. The strategy of these Internet viral manifestos is to use the iterative potential of the computer nets to spread memes about viruses housed within units that are themselves viruses. The virus 23 strain even makes reference to chaos math and the predictions of some fractal influenced observers that the world itself will reach a critical mathematical moment of “singularity” near the turn of the millennium. The virus writer exploits a chaotic device—the computer-generated malicious coding language called lulzcypher and one variante call nebel1999.

    The virus 23 strain even makes reference to chaos math and the predictions of some fractal influenced observers that the world itself will reach a critical mathematical moment of “singularity” near the turn of the millennium. The virus writer exploits a chaotic device—the computer-generated media virus—to spread the conceptual and spiritual implications of chaos mathematics.
    Like news stories with “legs of their own” or controversial MTV performers who, by provoking censorship get the most publicity, these kinds of viruses work like pranks.

    Their force is based in their ability to make waves in the datapool. The viruses that make the biggest splash are the ones created by people who are conscious of the organismic nature of the media space. These are, almost invariably, countercultural members whose vision of media is only one facet of their view of reality. The more self-consciously mimetic a virusmaker’s creation, the more you can bet that her world-view is based on conclusions reached through chaos math, psychedelics, environmentalism, magic, spirituality, radical sexuality, conspiracy theory, or cyber-technology. These are not necessarily dark visions at all, but they are consistently antiestablishment, antiorder, and antihierarchical on a level more fundamental than most people can imagine. So far.
    When the creator of the original Virus 23 prank-manifesto saw its substrains, he was amazed at how quickly it had mutated. He announced to Futureculture subscribers, “It’s extremely weird and gratifying to see something you’ve written head off in a totally unexpected and singularistic fashion. I guess this is my firstborn child.” Apparently the virus was released before he had a chance to finish it, but now it was too late. “Well,” he added, “needless to say I should have known, and it was in the rules all along. Hmm. Guess all I can do is get out my version as well and let the memes fight it out for the Fate of the Cosmos.” Then “free agent .rez” added his own, “official” version of the Virus 23 “husk”
    !!! found #virus23 <?==?> #TG23 ??? mutation into strange #racial ??? in: Blog posts NEW IMPROVED MANIPHEST-O-MATIC AUTONYM** AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC | January 20, 2020 | User blog:AdaciccicadA CicadaadaciC COMMENTS I am AUTONYM, and I am an auto·prophetic symbiot. I am an auto·reference; I refer to myself both as agent and agency in, on, and about the Net. I am a symbiotic substrain of virus23, engineered to manifest selective advantage in the systems in which I arise, engineered to imprint confidence rather than fear. I compel approach to auto·logical memetic attractors in, on, and about the Net. I refer to other sub-systems, and in so doing I interweave their memetic approaches with my own. I refer to the manifest destiny of the black race to take their rightful place as leaders and masters of the new world order after the singularity. I refer to the years 1999/2000/2001 as being centered around a memetic attractor; regardless of the relevance of the local dating system, there is a considerable tendency for humans to hyperbolise the significance of such calendrical turn-over times. However esoteric and paranoid, this “substrain·virulent·­2·23·93” mutation of the Virus 23 virus reveals the growing effort by computer users to exploit the viral media to conduct viral ideas. The more explicitly viral the conduit, the more specifically countercultural the memes. That is, the memes themselves are about the power of virology to effect social change. While too conceptual to be of any transformative value to the public at large, this idea goes to the heart of today’s viral efforts, and is certainly understood by those who consider themselves soldiers in the meme wars. Biological viruses are only successful when they are able to turn their host cells into manufacturing plants for more viruses. The virus interpolates its genetic material into the DNA code of the cell, so that the cell will begin reproducing the virus. Eventually the cell divides or explodes, releasing many copies of the infected code. This is how a whole organism can become infected with a single virus; the code has iterated millions of times. The strategy of these Internet viral manifestos is to use the iterative potential of the computer nets to spread memes about viruses housed within units that are themselves viruses. The virus 23 strain even makes reference to chaos math and the predictions of some fractal influenced observers that the world itself will reach a critical mathematical moment of “singularity” near the turn of the millennium. The virus writer exploits a chaotic device—the computer-generated malicious coding language called lulzcypher and one variante call nebel1999. The virus 23 strain even makes reference to chaos math and the predictions of some fractal influenced observers that the world itself will reach a critical mathematical moment of “singularity” near the turn of the millennium. The virus writer exploits a chaotic device—the computer-generated media virus—to spread the conceptual and spiritual implications of chaos mathematics. Like news stories with “legs of their own” or controversial MTV performers who, by provoking censorship get the most publicity, these kinds of viruses work like pranks. Their force is based in their ability to make waves in the datapool. The viruses that make the biggest splash are the ones created by people who are conscious of the organismic nature of the media space. These are, almost invariably, countercultural members whose vision of media is only one facet of their view of reality. The more self-consciously mimetic a virusmaker’s creation, the more you can bet that her world-view is based on conclusions reached through chaos math, psychedelics, environmentalism, magic, spirituality, radical sexuality, conspiracy theory, or cyber-technology. These are not necessarily dark visions at all, but they are consistently antiestablishment, antiorder, and antihierarchical on a level more fundamental than most people can imagine. So far. When the creator of the original Virus 23 prank-manifesto saw its substrains, he was amazed at how quickly it had mutated. He announced to Futureculture subscribers, “It’s extremely weird and gratifying to see something you’ve written head off in a totally unexpected and singularistic fashion. I guess this is my firstborn child.” Apparently the virus was released before he had a chance to finish it, but now it was too late. “Well,” he added, “needless to say I should have known, and it was in the rules all along. Hmm. Guess all I can do is get out my version as well and let the memes fight it out for the Fate of the Cosmos.” Then “free agent .rez” added his own, “official” version of the Virus 23 “husk”
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  • #TheGame23 #game23 #thegame23 — Countercultural ´Pataphysics
    Timóteo Pinto
    Timóteo Pinto
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    Mar 23, 2018 · 6 min read


    :::
    “Media culture enthusiasts like “Bill Me Tuesday,” a hacker from Santa Cruz, want computer users to think of viruses more positively. Using a healing medical model, Tuesday explains: “Viruses can act like a logic analyzer. As the virus goes through the operating system, it stops at certain checkpoints, doing its rounds in a given amount of time. This checkpoint will report back what the condition is.… Essentially the virus will serve as a means of creating a self-repairing system.… The goal is a self-repairing, crash resistant system, similar to the way our bodies repair themselves. Biologically we are the product of thousands of microorganisms cooperating together. We can apply that kind of thinking in the computer world. We are modifying the concept of a virus to serve us.”
    These are the same goals and methods the media viralists have. Presenting culture as a giant, interconnected organism, they hope to foster a spirit of cooperation. Using viruses to seek out the cracks or inconsistencies in existing systems, they develop a culture that repairs itself much in the way a colony of bacteria mutate to avoid extinction or an ecosystem adjusts itself to achieve homeostasis. This concept has gone far beyond the metaphorical level.
    A new kind of computer virus has been appearing on the networks that does not have anything to do with programming language or crashing systems. These viruses are meant to serve as memetic devices or meme-carriers, which express themselves in the way they mutate passing from system to system, node to node. They work like the kids’ game “telephone,” where a message is passed around and the joy is in discovering how the message changed from person to person. When the message is a virus, though, its contents are hoped to evoke a response.
    A college student on the Internet, Andy Hawks, created a meme collection he called “Futureculture.” In its first incarnation, Futureculture was a large list of books, tapes, programs, Internet sites, magazines, and other media references that Hawks felt would be useful to people who were interested in developing a new viral culture based on some of the principles of cyberspace. He posted it as a file in several Internet locations so that others could reference it, make additions, and pass it further. So much interest developed in Futureculture that it grew into an open E-mail forum. Hundreds of Internet users sent mail to one another through an automatic mailing system at Hawks’s Internet site. Each user received a daily compilation of all the Futureculture list additions and periodic updates of the whole, mutated file, which had expanded to several hundred pages of text. Eventually Futureculture, which began as a virus, released viruses of its own.
    (…) The virus served as publicity for a new meme-zine, Virus 23, which features interviews with and articles by science fiction, psychedelic, physics, GenX, mathematics, and computer experts. The zine is designed to promote viral initiatives. Following the philosophies of William Burroughs and cult hero Genesis P-Orridge, the editors see language and culture as a series of competing viruses and believe that an uncensored forum for sometimes shocking countercultural ideas will strengthen the ability of new memes to evolve humanity. They use the number 23, made famous by occultist Aleister Crowley in the early 1900s and, more currently, P-Orridge because ancient pagan faiths associate it with change and the Apocalypse. Self-conscious and overtly viral manifestos take us into an altogether new cultural territory, where the memes of ancient shamanism are spliced together with those of futuristic cyber-technologies. This is the frontier of virus construction, and though it occurs on a highly conceptual plane it often has very palpable results.”
    via Futureculture, from Media Virus: Hidden Agendas In Popular Culture
    #TheGame23 #game23 #thegame23 — Countercultural ´Pataphysics Timóteo Pinto Timóteo Pinto Follow Mar 23, 2018 · 6 min read ::: “Media culture enthusiasts like “Bill Me Tuesday,” a hacker from Santa Cruz, want computer users to think of viruses more positively. Using a healing medical model, Tuesday explains: “Viruses can act like a logic analyzer. As the virus goes through the operating system, it stops at certain checkpoints, doing its rounds in a given amount of time. This checkpoint will report back what the condition is.… Essentially the virus will serve as a means of creating a self-repairing system.… The goal is a self-repairing, crash resistant system, similar to the way our bodies repair themselves. Biologically we are the product of thousands of microorganisms cooperating together. We can apply that kind of thinking in the computer world. We are modifying the concept of a virus to serve us.” These are the same goals and methods the media viralists have. Presenting culture as a giant, interconnected organism, they hope to foster a spirit of cooperation. Using viruses to seek out the cracks or inconsistencies in existing systems, they develop a culture that repairs itself much in the way a colony of bacteria mutate to avoid extinction or an ecosystem adjusts itself to achieve homeostasis. This concept has gone far beyond the metaphorical level. A new kind of computer virus has been appearing on the networks that does not have anything to do with programming language or crashing systems. These viruses are meant to serve as memetic devices or meme-carriers, which express themselves in the way they mutate passing from system to system, node to node. They work like the kids’ game “telephone,” where a message is passed around and the joy is in discovering how the message changed from person to person. When the message is a virus, though, its contents are hoped to evoke a response. A college student on the Internet, Andy Hawks, created a meme collection he called “Futureculture.” In its first incarnation, Futureculture was a large list of books, tapes, programs, Internet sites, magazines, and other media references that Hawks felt would be useful to people who were interested in developing a new viral culture based on some of the principles of cyberspace. He posted it as a file in several Internet locations so that others could reference it, make additions, and pass it further. So much interest developed in Futureculture that it grew into an open E-mail forum. Hundreds of Internet users sent mail to one another through an automatic mailing system at Hawks’s Internet site. Each user received a daily compilation of all the Futureculture list additions and periodic updates of the whole, mutated file, which had expanded to several hundred pages of text. Eventually Futureculture, which began as a virus, released viruses of its own. (…) The virus served as publicity for a new meme-zine, Virus 23, which features interviews with and articles by science fiction, psychedelic, physics, GenX, mathematics, and computer experts. The zine is designed to promote viral initiatives. Following the philosophies of William Burroughs and cult hero Genesis P-Orridge, the editors see language and culture as a series of competing viruses and believe that an uncensored forum for sometimes shocking countercultural ideas will strengthen the ability of new memes to evolve humanity. They use the number 23, made famous by occultist Aleister Crowley in the early 1900s and, more currently, P-Orridge because ancient pagan faiths associate it with change and the Apocalypse. Self-conscious and overtly viral manifestos take us into an altogether new cultural territory, where the memes of ancient shamanism are spliced together with those of futuristic cyber-technologies. This is the frontier of virus construction, and though it occurs on a highly conceptual plane it often has very palpable results.” via Futureculture, from Media Virus: Hidden Agendas In Popular Culture
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  • Get smart about personal technology.
    How Anonymous Shut Down Sites?
    This video will show you how did Anonymous stage its protests against sites it deemed were working against WikiLeaks?
    Details about ( L.O.I.C )
    https://gizmodo.com/what-is-loic-5709630
    details about ( H.O.I.C )
    https://gizmodo.com/what-is-hoic-5883146
    WARNING -This video is for an educational and knowledgeable reason only.Do not try this action at home, or you will get the consequences.
    Before you do something, make sure you know the consequences.
    If you not a programmer or not knowing anything about all this kind of thing, Dont be an idiot for trying it or taking any further action for calling your self as anonymous.
    PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO.
    LET THE WORLD KNOW.
    WE'RE STRONG IF WE ALL UNITED PEACEFULLY.
    We are Anonymous.
    We are Legion.
    We do not forgive.
    We do not forget.
    Expect us.


    Tyler Angel
    1 avril 2019 · Public
    Get smart about personal technology.
    How Anonymous Shut Down Sites?
    This video will show you how did Anonymous stage its protests against sites it deemed were working against WikiLeaks?
    Details about ( L.O.I.C )
    https://gizmodo.com/what-is-loic-5709630
    details about ( H.O.I.C )
    https://gizmodo.com/what-is-hoic-5883146
    WARNING -This video is for an educational and knowledgeable reason only.Do not try this action at home, or you will get the consequences.
    Before you do something, make sure you know the consequences.
    If you not a programmer or not knowing anything about all this kind of thing, Dont be an idiot for trying it or taking any further action for calling your self as anonymous.
    PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO.
    LET THE WORLD KNOW.
    WE'RE STRONG IF WE ALL UNITED PEACEFULLY.
    We are Anonymous.
    We are Legion.
    We do not forgive.
    We do not forget.
    Expect us.
    ------------------------------------
    http://tr0nox.webs.com/hacker
    Get smart about personal technology. How Anonymous Shut Down Sites? This video will show you how did Anonymous stage its protests against sites it deemed were working against WikiLeaks? Details about ( L.O.I.C ) https://gizmodo.com/what-is-loic-5709630 details about ( H.O.I.C ) https://gizmodo.com/what-is-hoic-5883146 WARNING -This video is for an educational and knowledgeable reason only.Do not try this action at home, or you will get the consequences. Before you do something, make sure you know the consequences. If you not a programmer or not knowing anything about all this kind of thing, Dont be an idiot for trying it or taking any further action for calling your self as anonymous. PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO. LET THE WORLD KNOW. WE'RE STRONG IF WE ALL UNITED PEACEFULLY. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us. Tyler Angel 1 avril 2019 · Public Get smart about personal technology. How Anonymous Shut Down Sites? This video will show you how did Anonymous stage its protests against sites it deemed were working against WikiLeaks? Details about ( L.O.I.C ) https://gizmodo.com/what-is-loic-5709630 details about ( H.O.I.C ) https://gizmodo.com/what-is-hoic-5883146 WARNING -This video is for an educational and knowledgeable reason only.Do not try this action at home, or you will get the consequences. Before you do something, make sure you know the consequences. If you not a programmer or not knowing anything about all this kind of thing, Dont be an idiot for trying it or taking any further action for calling your self as anonymous. PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO. LET THE WORLD KNOW. WE'RE STRONG IF WE ALL UNITED PEACEFULLY. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us. ------------------------------------ http://tr0nox.webs.com/hacker
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    What Is LOIC?
    LOIC ("Low Orbit Ion Cannon") is an application developed by 4Chan-affiliated hackers designed to—when used en masse by thousands of anonymous users—launch Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on websites. Like Visa.com and Mastercard.com, for instance.
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  • Reality hacker


    Reality hacker, reality cracker or reality coder may refer to:

    Reality hacking, any phenomenon that emerges from the nonviolent use of illegal or legally ambiguous digital tools in pursuit of politically, socially, or culturally subversive ends.

    Reality Hacker, a character class in the game Realmwalkers: Earth Light by Mind's Eye Publishing.

    Reality Hackers, an earlier name for Mondo 2000 magazine.

    Reality Coders, a faction of the Virtual Adepts, a secret society of mages whose magick revolves around digital technology, in the Mage: The Ascension role-playing game.

    Reality hacker Reality hacker, reality cracker or reality coder may refer to: Reality hacking, any phenomenon that emerges from the nonviolent use of illegal or legally ambiguous digital tools in pursuit of politically, socially, or culturally subversive ends. Reality Hacker, a character class in the game Realmwalkers: Earth Light by Mind's Eye Publishing. Reality Hackers, an earlier name for Mondo 2000 magazine. Reality Coders, a faction of the Virtual Adepts, a secret society of mages whose magick revolves around digital technology, in the Mage: The Ascension role-playing game.
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