In a recent post, a member of the Anonymous collective posted on his blog that “the internet is not the playground of criminals and terrorists but the playground for the 99%”.
The post, which has since been removed, claimed that the internet is the most vulnerable space in the world and highlighted how it was “not only the most secure but also the most exploited by cybercriminals and terrorists”.
Anonymous’ stated aim is to stop the spread of the virus that has caused the widespread loss of life across the globe.
“In the face of such a devastating event, we must use the tools of the internet to fight back and we must do it fast,” the group wrote.
“By shutting down our infrastructure, we can not only defend ourselves but also help those who would seek to take advantage of us.”
The group has also released an updated website with a list of the most frequently hacked websites and other useful tools for internet users to protect themselves from potential cyberattacks.
The updated website includes a list that shows the top 100 most-targeted websites and the top 200 most-visited websites.
According to the group, the top 10 most-hacked websites are linked to the following countries: United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, India, Brazil, New Zealand, China, France, Spain, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.
However, the group also highlighted some of the top internet-related sites and services that are not linked to any specific country, such as Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo and Microsoft Office.
It has also included a list with some of those websites that have been targeted by the group and suggested how to find out whether your website has been targeted.
Among those websites are YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn.
One of the websites listed on the list is YouTube’s official home page, which lists a number of links to its news, entertainment and political channels.
Another of the sites listed on this list is Netflix’s website, which contains a link to the official site of the streaming service.
YouTube’s official news page also has links to various news sites.
Finally, LinkedIn has links from its LinkedIn page to news sites that include the website for the Washington Post, CNN and Fox News.
Anonymous also pointed to the number of people affected by the virus.
More than 9 million people are thought to have been infected with the virus, and more than 4.6 million people have been directly affected by it.
But the group said that it is unlikely that many of these people are connected to any of the hacked websites listed above.
While most of the information listed on its website is a “good source of information about how to protect yourself from cyberattacks”, it does not offer any solutions on how to stop people from using the hacked sites or to identify the malicious actors behind the attacks.
As of now, Anonymous has released a list which shows the sites that have fallen victim to the virus and offers suggestions on how users can protect themselves.
Its advice on how people can protect their computers is also not a complete list of all the websites and services affected by this virus.
However, Anonymous’ guidance on how you can protect yourself against cyberattacks is more extensive than any other hacktivist group’s guide.
If you are not able to protect your computer from the virus before it is released, Anonymous recommends using a good antivirus and anti-virus product such as Norton Security Essentials.
Additionally, if you are concerned about the potential for the virus to spread and want to make sure your computer is protected, you can check out the Cyber Security Center at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law.