Anonymous Seeks Distance From Namesake OS

Hacktivist group Anonymous has released a statement distancing itself from the recently released operating system that shares the group’s name. The OS, a Linux-based download from Source Forge, has been downloaded over 26,000 times in recent days. While security researchers are still examining the integrity of the system, Anonymous claims it is riddled with malware.  Read the whole story on the BBC

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