Created 02/07/2012 - 1 year ago
Members of the Anonymous network claimed Symantec offered $50,000 in return for the guaranteed destruction of code tied to its pcAnywhere and Norton Antivirus tools, and a declaration that Anonymous lied about an earlier hack.
#Anonymous:#Symantec Offered $50K for Stolen Code, Plus a Lie http://t.co/k0V2LFXh #AntiSec #SymantecLies #CanIhazCode
Really?? RT @PCMag: Anonymous: Symantec offered $50,000 for the destruction of code tied to its pcAnywhere and Norton.. http://t.co/lGs6Fjns
Anonymous: Symantec Offered $50K for Stolen Code, Plus a Lie | News & Opinion | http://t.co/vpV4v9zd http://t.co/ccb45TTq via @addthis
The hits keep comin - RT @securitywatch: SYMC $50k deal for proven destruction of PCA fails; Anon to make public, free. http://t.co/04rm5uRe
Symantec's $50,000 deal for proven destruction of pcAnywhere code falls through; Anonymous to make it public, free. http://t.co/xj8hYa4Z
Elaborate negotiations between Anonymous and Symantec (or gov't agent posing as Symantec) over pcAnywhere source code http://t.co/XmCeTfqp
RT @anon_refundable: Symantec Offered $50K for Stolen Code, asked Anonymous to lie about ever hacking them http://t.co/n963eq6T
Behind the Scenes: Anonymous, Symantec Negotiate $50K for pcAnywhere Code http://t.co/npfSBxjm A good read by @markhachman.
RT @markhachman: Juicy! Anonymous: Symantec offered $50K for proof that code was destroyed, plus a lie. http://t.co/FyQ03wLv
RT @Nordpirat: #Anonymous hat wieder zugeschl.: http://t.co/vOPDKiNw Ansch. wollte #Symantec gestohlen #Code kaufen. #ITNews #Hack
@markhachman Rgrding http://t.co/tHedOd8o @YamaTough isn't from #Anonymous, it's from 'Lords of Dharmaraja' who later teamed up with Anons.
#Anonymous: #Symantec Offered $50K for Stolen Source Code, and Lie to Make the Whole Incident Disappear http://t.co/1nhafq5C cc: @YamaTough
“@anonymousCRI nordpirat: #Anonymous hat wieder zugeschl.: http://t.co/MpuvZU97 Ansch. wollte (cont) http://t.co/0loZ5xg7