See Jethro has a pointy hat to fit his Cornish head
Dunno if the link will work, but now I'm confused. The hacking organisation Anonymous (are they Good or Bad?) has apparently "declared war" on IS.
My confusion is complicated by the fact that it declared war on the UK regime in May.
But could they still be a potential way of dealing with IS?
I'd wager there's far more effective people already at GCHQ.[/QUOTE said:These are the people JCU(R) were actively looking to recruit by offering them a chance to ethically hack our enemies, so I would say some not all are better than what GCHQ have to offer.
Admittedly a few are just bedroom keyboard warriors who probe firewalls and tend to DoS attack networks/servers for annoyance . Majority are freedom hackers wishing to expose government departments as some sort of state sponsored spy ring. And the rest are people on the spectrum who do it for fun.
All types of people hack, but they are the ones needed to protect the UK from state sponsored or terrorist organisations bringing down infrastructure.