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Exclusive interview with Anonymous Global Hackers Crew! #GHC_sec.

Anonymous Global Hackers Crew hacking team in an exclusive interview with SecNews, presents their own perspective on internet security. Anon, one of the four founders of Global Hackers Crew, talks about his hacking team's story, the things that unite the members, the "war" accepted by the media and governments, the hacking campaigns and their targets, trending news such as the pandemic COVID-19 and more.

They call themselves "cyber vigilantes”(Heroes-punishers) and hacktivists as the main goal of their work is the common good. According to Anon "It's great to wake people up and our goal is to free the masses from propaganda."

The Anonymous Global Hackers Crew team consists of experienced hackers, with excellent skills on programming , coding, Password guessing and cracking, session hijacking, session spoofing, network traffic sniffing, denial of Service attacks, exploiting buffer overflow vulnerabilities, SQL injection and more.

Exclusive interview with Anonymous Global Hackers Crew! #GHC_sec.

How did Global Hackers Crew Start?

Global Hackers Crew "came to existence by coincidence", according to Anon.

"I am involved with hacking from 93’-94’ 'while doing other things around computers such as running my own system with bots. Back then we wrote code in shifts so during my break I watched TV. One day, during a break, I came across an ad for a site with adult webcam shows. Out of curiosity, I visited it without knowing exactly what I was doing and was constantly changing "rooms". This is how I met someone who later became my girlfriend and showed me a different side of this website » said the hacker. In this particular dating site, illegal things were happening in the background. Anon wanted to expose the site's administrators for their immoral activities.

«I started a small war with the bosses of this company and by chance while I was going to meet my girlfriend, I met someone on the bus who was also a hacker, we became friends and after that he, also, became one of the founding members of Global Hackers Crew", Anon emphasizes. Later on, two more friends were added to the founding members.

That's how the four founders of Global Hackers Crew came together. Over time, the team grew as more and more people wanted to join their operations. «We operating for the benefit of the people, warning them of online risks such as security leaks, something that happened recently with Zoom," the hacker points out.

Global Hackers Crew joined Anonymous because they had a lot in common in their operations.

Exclusive interview with Anonymous Global Hackers Crew! #GHC_sec.

The Anonymous is a decentralized international hacktivist team which is widely known for its various cyberattacks against many governments, government agencies and government agencies and companies.

Anonymous was created in XNUMX on imageboard XNUMXchan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as an anarchic. Anonymous members can be distinguished in public by the wearing of Guy Fawkes masks in the style portrayed in the graphic novel and film V for Vendetta. However, this may not always be the case, as some members prefer to cover their face without using the familiar mask as a disguise. Some Anonymous also choose to cover their voices through voice changers or text-to-speech programs.

Watch the full interview with Anonymous Global Hackers Crewat SecNews Youtube channel and if you want to know even more about their action visit their YouTube channel and their Twitter account.


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