Battlegrinder wrote:Brikguy0410 wrote:You think CIA servers hack easy? The anyomonous have no idea what they are doing, the servers they hack are duds set up to fool morons like them, I know this because my uncle used to work for homeland security, and also the government traces the locations of the hackers and then taps there phones and follow them and stuff also all the really important stuff is locked up in Area 51, and its so sensitive it is not even kept on a computer, but on paper files in a cabinet, to get to it you have to go through one of the most fortified military bases in the world
6) I seriously doubt the CIA's actual data servers could be hacked by an external agency (they probably don't have it connected to the internet for that exact reason), but the official website and such? Not too difficult.
7) If you actually compromised sensitive data, then yes, the government will go after you. Otherwise, they'll probably be able to lay low and avoid any government attention (I'm assuming that anonymous can hide themselves to at least some extent, as passing off the FRI and CIA would be almost suicidal if they could easily trace you down).
ROTFLMAO. Yeah, they total store all their secret files at area 51. I'm sure the analysts just love flying out to Nevada every time they need a sensitive document, they must be racking up the frequent flyer miles. You'd think it would make more sense to just keep sensitive materials under heavy guard down in Langley/Fort Mead/Qauntico/The Pentagon instead, so they could be reviewed and analyzed in a timely manner, but I guess not. Also, area 51 is not anywhere close to being one of the most fortified bases in the world. I'd be surprised if it's even in the top 50.
Maybe, but its still pretty well protected, did you know they have delta force snipers? There some of the best in the world