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Published on Nov 16, 2013

Within the past two weeks, Anonymous Indonesia has been outraged that the Australian government had been spying on the Indonesians in 2007. To send a message back, Indonesia had defaced more than 170 websites in an effort that their message would be heard.

However this was not the case. Innocent websites were caught in the cross-fire and this had angered Anonymous Australia. Since then, Anonymous Australia had released a video to give the Indo-hackers a target - the Australian government, so Australian businesses could be left alone.

The message was heard but only short lived. Another statement was given to these hackers, a "Final Warning" where if they did not stop then Anonymous Australia would retaliate. Since then, minimal websites have been hacked and defaced - our message was received.

Recently, Indonesian news websites such as 'merdeka' has been giving false information, implying that Anonymous Australia wishes to start a cyberwar as well as that "We are afraid". This is NOT the case. Anonymous Australia will not retaliate in order to keep the peace between the two Anonymous sectors. The pastebin leak for the Indonesian airport was not leaked by Anonymous Australia.

See to it that we will not war. We have no reason, do not give us that reason.
No more media releases will be heard from us in relation to the matter.

Citizens of the world, we are Anonymous Australia.

In the following weeks there has been an outrage between two spectrums of Anonymous.
Anonymous Indonesia and their supporters have been outraged by the spying on their citizens by the Australian Government in 2007.
In response to this, Indonesian hackers had defaced more than 170 websites in an effort to send a message to the Australian government.

In an effort, we, Anonymous Australia had to intervene in order for these websites to stop being attacked as they are not apart of the Australian government.
Once Anonymous Indonesia listened, ASIS was taken offline for a few days through multiple Denial of Service attacks.

However peace between Indonesia and Australian citizens wasn't long lasted. One last final warning was given to Anonymous Indonesia to stop.
We gave the ultimatum "We do not want a cyber war, do you?". While there has not been many attacks since, the Indonesian media and hackers have been trying to start a civil war between the two spectrums.

Today, as Anonymous Australia, we are here today to deny any claim that says Australia has attacked Indonesia.
We do not want to war. We only wish to join together and expose our governments, not harm each other.
There has been a lot of propoganda and misleading lies that has been said by the Indonesian community.

The news site 'merdeka' has been spreading lies towards the Anonymous community.
Since there is no face to Anonymous, it is much more easier to blame them. Through the leaked Pastebin, it is evident that the English is not fluent - is that not evident enough?

See to it that we do not wish to war.

We are Anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect Us.



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