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How Anonymous Could Attack Facebook – If It Really Wants To

August 12, 2011 No Comments

Should Facebook be afraid of Anonymous? A message purportedly from a member of the group has threatened an attack on the social networking site for Nov. 5. Tweets from another Anonymous channel claim attacking Facebook wouldn’t be the group’s style. But if someone really did want to wallop Facebook, could it be done? Possibly — there are more ways to screw up a site than a DDoS blitz.

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