Hackers have launched an operation aimed at combating child pornography on the Internet.
The hacker group Anonymous has opposed the spread of child pornography on the Internet. July 8 this year, the band posted on YouTube a video message, which announced the operation, codenamed PedoChat.
Attackers placed on resource Pastebin data about users suspected of distributing child pornography. The documents contain compromised aliases, email addresses, IP-addresses, phone numbers and residential addresses and credit card users of various web-resources. hacker attack is aimed at web-sites with child pornography in Belgium, Lithuania, Netherlands, Germany, United States , Ukraine and Russia. For the data being compromised suspected of distributing such information, Anonymous use discovered vulnerabilities in various components of the computer systems of victims, as well as DDoS-attacks.
Note that the operation PedoChat is not the first performance of Anonymous against the spread of child pornography. In October 2011 hackers attacked the Freedom Hosting, which housed several pornographic web-sites. During the operation DarkNet were uncovered more than 1,500 names of pedophiles.