Anonymous Germany has launched a website to out neo-nazi site members as part of operation blitzkrieg
Anarchist Hacker group Anonymous has launched a website to out neo-Nazi sympathisers and website members.
This forms part of the group’s Operation Blitzkrieg campaign aimed at neo-Nazi and National Scoialist websites and organisations.
The website, nazi-leaks.net currently reveals member details for 11 websites affiliated to the ideology, including names and physical addresses for members of the UK-based skinhead website, Blood and Honour, as well as names and email addresses for members of the Whites only social networking site, AryansBook - a site almost identical in appearance to Facebook, apart from the offensive and disturbing disclaimer on its front page.
Other leaked data includes membership lists of right-wing online stores, hacked data from the American Nazi Party, as well as membership details of the Junge Freiheit newspaper website.
As part of the operation, Anonymous also claims to have shut down various websites, including 15 websites associated with the neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NPD), according to German news site, The Local.
The NPD is considering legal action against nazi-leaks.net, while the publishers of Junge Freiheit have already launched a legal suit against the site’s “anonymous operators”, according to German newswire DPA.
Last year, Anonymous exposed at least two Finnish politicians from True Finns political party. when it hacked neo-Nazi site, Suomen Kansallinen Vastarinta (SKV) and published its membership list.