The Confliction between Anonymous and ISIS still on the way of Cyberwar but some of the point Silicon Valley cybersecurity firm trying to protect some of the ISIS users by providing more security, Anonymous presumes that ISIS uses this sites in next war strategy propaganda which US firms anyhow trying to protect this ISIS sites.
The US-based Silicon Valley CloudFlare is web security firm now being blamed by Anonymous hacktivist on Twitter account that CloudFlare firm is protecting ISIS several web servers from being hacked by ISIS or being identified by Anonymous – Isn’t a question arises that there will no difference between what Telegram CEO does and what CloudFlare cyber firm is doing right now – without knowing their customer they are providing full support of web security and ISIS is using many sites with CLoudFlare. CloudFlare is proving anti-DDoS service to its customers including ISIS.
How does really concern all about this for Anonymous.. they are Anonymous and can hack into any sites or server – but the favourite way they hack is DDoS service in which hackers can generate hundreds or thousands of traffic into one site which led site process slow and leave a vulnerability to hacking into it – but another way Anonymous Hacktivist are using is controlling thousands of online PCs which also will work like DDoS attack directing to one particular site.
Currently, CloudFlare is having more than 4 milllllllion customers including ISIS site and that’s the big problem for Anonymous is facing right now – Anonymous claiming CloudFlare to avoid suspension on ISIS site regarding providing web servers more secure from the previous one. As far if we think behalf of CloudFlare firm they are providing for just their valuable customers and also every firm needs goodwill and better feedback from its customers – apart from ISIS sites other sites are also having servers with CloudFlare and now they are secure.
CloudFlare Providing security and knowing their customers is not the only thing but also imperative to examine the content what customers like ISIS is publishing. Matthew Prince the co-founder of CloudFlare reply to the comment by Anonymous “The Anonymous uses valueless claims which undergo the situation, supporting terror group like ISIS is not any gain for us neither we are promoting ISIS, just providing security to our customers”
Also Said Below:
I’d suggest this was armchair analysis by kids – it’s hard to take seriously. Anonymous uses us for some of its sites, despite pressure from some quarters for us to take Anonymous sites offline.
Even if we were hosting sites for ISIS, it wouldn’t be of any use to us. I should imagine those kinds of people pay with stolen credit cards and so that’s a negative for us.
Matthew Prince, speaking to The Register
This is also one-sided comments by same Telegram CEO Pavel Durov and CloudFlare founder Matthew Prince.