Monday, 13 March 2017

Anonymous ANTI-PEDOPHILIA hacking groups hack @VEOHRC Victorian Human Rights Commission for loving satanic gay pedophile cults!



Looks like my political activism against +VEOHRC DisputeResolution on PIZZAGATE anti-pedophilia forums got noticed when I was doing that last Janurary as I was preparing my 18C inquiry submission.

Notice how the mainstream news obscured the original message Anonymous placed on their website about the Lesbian staffed +VEOHRC DisputeResolution who say how wonderful it is for a man to be paid to bash women in the face as hard as he can (Transgender Fighter Fallox Fox) on Foxtel pay per view on their twitter account, and the same time the hypocrites claim to support White Ribbon day Violence against Women campaign. Anonymous claimed they are a corrupt bunch of scum who censor free speech against Satanic pedophile cults who have infiltrated Australian government. David Bottrill who works for immi.gov.au is a prime example of this. Satanic pedophile cults shouldn't have their men being involved in the issuance of Visas to pedophiles. Already some of the Gay Baby Flesh Sellers I have been blogging against since they were operating in Thailand in 2010 have been arrested in Cambodia. My evidence will get that human trafficking gay baby pimp the Australian Embassy is trying to protect extradited back to Thailand after 2 years in a Cambodian jail if she doesn't give up the names of ALL Australian Gay men breaking Australian laws to treat 3rd world women like their breeding $1 a hour $6000 for 9 months gay nazi baby factory breeders.
http://archive.is/lPHyz

That's right these scum love this man being paid to punch women in the face as hard as he can, and if you complain about your own countrywomen being bashed up by a man, the Australian faggotry mainstream news will say you need to be punished and kick out of your suport you Anti-Tranny Russian who doesn't like good man on woman beat down.



See how the @VEOHRC love satanic pedophile cults who love sex with children!




Luke.




The website of the Victorian Human Rights Commission has been shut down, reportedly by an international hacking ring.
Source: 
AAP
3 JAN 2017 - 4:26 PM  UPDATED 3 JAN 2017 - 4:26 PM

Victoria's Human Rights Commission website has been taken hostage, apparently by an international hacking group.
The Guardian Australia has an image of the website overlaid by a message purporting to be from "Anonymous", that says: "AnonPlus puts offline sites that actively contribute to the control of the masses from the corrupt".
That message has since been replaced by another saying the site is temporarily down and the commission was working to get its site back online as soon as possible.
The commission said in a statement on Tueday that it is aware of the breach but "the reason behind today's activity is unknown" - adding no personal data had been compromised.
John Pesutto, Victoria's shadow attorney-general, says it is concerning the website may have been hacked given longstanding requirements on public sector bodies to maintain safeguards against cyber attacks.
"If this kind of hacking can occur with such ease, then how many other Victorian government agencies are susceptible to cyber attacks, " he said in a statement to AAP.
If it was hacking, Premier Daniel Andrews must ensure a thorough, independent investigation so Victorians feel confident no further cyber attacks occured at any Victorian agency, he said.

Vic Human Rights Commission hacked

Liza Kappelle Australian Associated Press
Victoria's Human Rights Commission website has been taken hostage, apparently by an international hacking group.
The Guardian Australia has an image of the website overlaid by a message purporting to be from "Anonymous", that says: "AnonPlus puts offline sites that actively contribute to the control of the masses from the corrupt".
That message has since been replaced by another saying the site is temporarily down and the commission was working to get its site back online as soon as possible.
The commission said in a statement on Tueday that it is aware of the breach but "the reason behind today's activity is unknown" - adding no personal data had been compromised.
John Pesutto, Victoria's shadow attorney-general, says it is concerning the website may have been hacked given longstanding requirements on public sector bodies to maintain safeguards against cyber attacks.
"If this kind of hacking can occur with such ease, then how many other Victorian government agencies are susceptible to cyber attacks, " he said in a statement to AAP.
If it was hacking, Premier Daniel Andrews must ensure a thorough, independent investigation so Victorians feel confident no further cyber attacks occured at any Victorian agency, he said.


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-03/victorian-human-rights-commission-website-hacked/8159546

Victorian Human Rights Commission's site hacked in attack allegedly linked to Anonymous

Updated 3 Jan 2017, 1:27pm
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission's website has been hacked, purportedly by an international hacking group, sending it offline for several hours.
A commission spokeswoman confirmed a message on the site appeared at 11:25am claiming to be from AnonPlus, the name of a social network affiliated to hacking group Anonymous.
"The reason behind today's activity is unknown," the commission said in a statement.
"No demands have been made to the commission."
The commission said it was aware of the breach and was working to reinstate the site.
It said the website had never been hacked before.
The commission said the hacking had not caused a privacy breach because no personal data was held on the site.
Topics: hackingcomputers-and-technologyhumanrightsmelbourne-3000


Anonymous linked group hacks Victorian Human Rights Commission's website


A group linked to international hacking network Anonymous has taken down the Victorian Human Rights Commission's website and replaced it with a grammatically poor message claiming to be its manifesto.
Social network AnonPlus hacked the site at 11.25am on Tuesday, before the commission took the message down and put up a notification saying they were working to fix it.   


A Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission spokeswoman said it was unknown why the group targeted the website.
"The reason behind today's activity is unknown," she said.  "No demands have been made to the Commission."


The manifesto made little sense with sentences such as "every person who has the goodwill to act is welcome".
"AnonPlus spreads ideas without censorship, creates spaces to spread directly through mass defacement, publish news that the media filtered and managed for the consumption of who controls, we do that to restore dignity to the function of the media: media should be free, without censorship and must limit itself to 'show what's happening' and don't 'say to us what's wrong and what's right'," the message said.
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"AnonPlus puts offline sites that actively contribute to the control of the masses from the corrupt, that by manipulating information and opinions create false realities: this is censorship!
"AnonPlus not act for personal or political causes, has no leaders, loves to the interests of the people and we will fight until the leadership and powership will lead into the hand of people unique owner of the free world." 


The message said no data was "stolen or deleted" in the hack.
"Only home page was chanced [sic]. We are not criminal, we are AnonPlus."
The commission's spokeswoman also said no privacy breach had occurred as personal data was not held on the site.
She said it was the first time the site had been hacked. 
Fairfax Media has attempted to contact the group via its Twitter account.
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