Article by Jürgen Schmidt on The H Security HERE
This and several related articles are an interesting read and identify a number of good points.
"Anonymous" aren't a bunch of "script kiddies", these guys do know what they're doing both on and off the field.
Anyone who thinks they can take them down had REALLY better have their own systems and procedures in bloody good order!
and most amusing to me ...
Don't be stupid enough to leave evidence of potentially illegal and highly damaging business activities in your email folders! (or better yet, DON'T SELL CUSTOM TROJANS AND SPYWARE BEHIND CLOSED DOORS AND THEN PRETEND TO BE A "WHITE HAT" COMPANY!)
If it sounds like I'm talking the group up, that's not my intention. I applaud the exposure of corrupt and dodgy dealings very loudly BUT I still think "hacktivists" and eVigilantes need to be very careful lest they do more harm than good.
oh and HBGary ... SUCKED IN!