Anonymous has now removed more than 10,000 child porn sites from the internet 3 years ago

Anonymous has now removed more than 10,000 child porn sites from the internet

A hacker from group Anonymous claims he last Friday removed as much as one-fifth of the images of child pornography and child abuse that are available online.

The hacker apparently breached Freedom Host 2, the biggest host of the 'Dark Web,' which can only be reached through an anonymous network (so that people who access it can't be traced).

According to the Vice, more than 10,000 hidden services were shut down, and now anyone trying to get access to these images will get the following message from Anonymous instead:

"Hello, Freedom Hosting 2, you have been hacked. We are disappointed... This is an excerpt from your front page. 'We have a zero tolerance policy to child pornography – but what we found while searching through your server is more than 50% child porn.

Moreover, you host many scam sites, some of which are evidently run by yourself to cover hosting expenses.

All your files have been copied and your database has been dumped (74GB of files and 2.3GB of database).

We are selling all data (excluding cp) for 0.1 BTC. Up to January 31 you were hosting 10613 sites. Private keys are included in the dunp.

We are Anonymous. We do not forgive. We do not forget. You should have expected us."