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When Sabu asks fellow chat members who she is, they respond that she's affiliated with the group: Laurelai is also involved in Crowdleaks, a site devoted to translating and disseminating Wikleaks' material.According to Metric and A5h3r4, Laurelei has claimed in chats to be affiliated with the group.But they say they provided the same information to the FBI.When we called the special agent they gave it to, he replied, "as an agent on that case, I'm not going to discuss ongoing investigative matters" and referred us to a spokesman, who had no immediate comment.
One of the great benefits of talking with a 7 Cups of Tea listener is that the conversation is an anonymous chat.They were supplied by two individuals who go by the names Metric and A5h3r4 and describe themselves as former Anonymous supporters who became increasingly disenchanted with the movement's tactics, particularly the extent to which the group's more sophisticated members tolerate children and teens participating in risky operations (British authorities arrested a arrested a 16-year-old in December). I am a pretty far left person—I believe in privacy and free expression, but Anonymous is a vigilante group now. In plotting his next attack, on Hunton and Williams, a law firm that discussed hiring HBGary to conduct dirty tricks campaigns against Wikileaks supporters on behalf of its client Bank of America, Sabu threatens to "rape these niggers": Here is Sabu directing the other channel members to come up with a target list for their next hack, including potential media outlets and so-called "whitehat" internet security firms, and ordering Kayla to get working: And here he is excoriating Laurelai, an HQ member who had created a set of instructions for how to carry out an Anonymous attack.They recently launched a firm they call Backtrace Security."The bastards are becoming arrogant sociopaths," said A5h3r4 via chat. Sabu derided it as a stupid move that would help federal investigators make a conspiracy case if leaked and generally make Anonymous look as devious as HBGary.Here they are doing the latter to a The obsession with secrecy and security in HQ led naturally to paranoia, as seen in this account from Entropy, who became convinced when his boss called him into the office unexpectedly—earlier in the logs he referred to talking the "CCIE security written test," suggesting he's an internet security specialist—that it was some sort of sting. Metric and A5h3r4 also provided us with what they say are the actual identities of Sabu, Kayla, Laurelai, Avunit, Topiary, and other members of the chat.We couldn't connect the handles to the names provided with any certainty, so we're not publishing them.
They prove that, contrary to their claims, at least one of the hackers responsible for releasing the publishing the e-mail addresses of thousands of Gawker users last December is in fact a key member of Anonymous.