The hacking group Anonymous has today unveiled their brand new tool in their war against censorship.
It comes in the form of AnonPaste - a new alternative to the well known online tool, Pastebin, where Anonymous has previously posted several messages. They claim AnonPaste is a "100% safe and secure alternative to Pastebin".
This all came about after the owner of Pastebin told the media he planned to hire more staff to moderate and police the more sensitive pastes on there, which infuriated the censorship-hating Anonymous, who fight for freedom of speech.
Pastebin's Jeroen Vader has not only agreed to provide governments with paster's IP addresses, he has already given some security firms multiple IP addresses.
The site has already been linked to an upcoming attack by Anonymous, as they are against a Formula One motorsport event that is running in Bahrain. They have planned to attack the infrastructure of the organization in retaliation.
AnonPaste can be found here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]