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Thursday, September 22, 2022

OP PROTEST: Famous hacker, Anonymous, stands with Iranians as they vow to block Iranian government from accessing the Internet during Mahsa Amini protest in Iran

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Famous hacker, Anonymous, stands with Iranian as they vow to block Iranian government from accessing the Internet during Mahsa Amini protest in Iran. (Read More Here).

Anonymous wrote: "If #Iran government blocks the people from accessing the internet, #Anonymous will block the government from accessing the internet. #opIran #IranProtests #MahsaAmini #Mahsa_Amini #MahsaAminii."

The 22-year-old woman from the north-western province of Kurdistan died in Tehran on Friday after suffering from a stroke and several heart attacks while in the custody of Iran's so-called morality police for her "improper" hijab.

Iranian authorities have denied any allegations of mistreatment or beatings of Amini and said she had pre-existing conditions that contributed to her death, but her family has rejected the claims.

One is the "smart services" website of the government, where a host of online services is offered, and another is aimed at publishing government news and interviews with officials.

"All database has been deleted," claimed a social media account believed to be affiliated with Anonymous. The Iranian government has yet to officially comment on the claims or the attacks.

Several other websites, including the webpage of Iranian state television, were also attacked and were down for some time.

The websites had gone down and been recovered several times on Wednesday morning, indicating a struggle between the hackers and website support.

Iranian state media also reported on Wednesday that protests over the death of Amini had spread to 15 cities in the country.

The young woman's death has led to an outpouring of outrage in Iran and elsewhere, with videos showing women cutting their hair in protest over Iran's laws on the veiling of women.

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