Please Welcome k0n From ‘Anonymous’ To

Apr 15, 2022

“Man, am I ever glad these guys like us.” – Dean

Please welcome k0n to

Cyber Security Expert. Hat colors are subjective and I don’t wear hats.
Humanitarianism is a way of life and I try to do my part as much as I can.
I am also old-school Anonymous and adhere to the principles to this day.

Greetings everyone!

First off, I would like to thank those taking the time to read my first ramble here on, and big thanks to Dean for bringing me on to this fantastic platform where people like myself can have brain diarrhea in ways not possible elsewhere. You can call me k0n (pronounced Kay-Zer-On).

So let’s talk about me for a moment, and without doxxing myself! I have a strong background in both software development and information security spanning 20+ years. My skillset indeed stretches beyond this but for the sake of this rambling, these are the two that would be most relevant to me and what I do for a living. Like most people, I work a 9-5 gig – for the most part.

Obviously, being employed in the field of InfoSec implies that I would be wearing a ‘white’ hat but let’s be honest here – that’s a bunch of bullshit industry jargon and I fucking hate hats anyways. I don’t know many InfoSec guys that sit around after-hours having a few wobbly pops while they talk about how they caught a Black-Hat or how they prevented some massive attack. Don’t get me wrong here, a lot of us do good things for a living but the ones that are most effective with prevention are well versed with intrusion.

The experience has to come from somewhere, and it isn’t going to be textbooks, InfoCons, or sitting around drinking beers while wearing white hats. Nope, sorry.

I am old-school Anonymous circa 2003 when 4chan was cool….well, no maybe it wasn’t cool and it still isn’t but you catch my drift. My adventures start much before that though, dating back to about 1993 when the craziest shit people were doing was managing their upload/download ratios on bulletin board systems at a whopping 14.4kbps through PBX systems to avoid the insane long-distance charges. With the advent of high-speed internet in my area around 1997 things started to get very interesting for people like myself, and the rest is history from there. Perhaps I will go into more detail about events leading up to present times in further articles.

Yeah, that’s right I said old-school Anonymous. Something I want to set the record straight on, as a matter of fact. While there have been some sketchy moments tied to Anonymous in the distant past (some that I was both, directly and indirectly, involved with), I just want to put it out there that those true to the Anonymous name are not out there to arbitrarily steal your data, expose random people or launch large scale attacks on infrastructure just ‘because they can’.

There is still some stigma floating around, and the air needs to be cleared. This is not what true Anons stand for and frankly, they despise it. Some of the people achieving amazing things work regular 9-5 jobs on shitty wages and they are really putting their livelihood in jeopardy by contributing to the greater good, for the people. There is a lot to be said about a person that puts themselves on the line in a selfless act for everyone else and they do it for no fame and no money.

Anyone is welcome to operate under the guise of Anonymous provided that you stick to the ideals that build upon the Anonymous name in a positive light. Anonymous is for the people, not for hire. While the exact number of people involved with the Anonymous movement is and always will be largely unknown, there are people from all walks of life and different skill sets involved that work together to achieve a goal that falls within the best interest of the people. A humanitarian group, to be specific. Anonymous may be synonymous with ‘hackers’, but believe me there are people that achieve great things as part of the collective that would find themselves lost just trying to set up their email box.

Right now as I spew this brain diarrhea onto my keyboard, 2022 is fast becoming a monumental moment in history where we are seeing the largest rise of Anonymous to date. This is a dawn of a new era for Cyber Warfare and make no mistake, this is only a slice of what is to come.

You can expect that I will be covering details (within reason) on current operations as well as what I am doing to further the betterment of the people. Currently, I am finding myself highly interested (and fed up) with these fucking Freedom Convoy idiots that are quickly becoming a major eyesore within North America. 2022 will also go down in history as a monumental period for stupid, and I am here to do my part to fuck their shit up. You can count on it.


k0n will be posting under his own name and account going forward.  k0n is a good person who shares the same values you and I do, so it was a no-brainer to work with them.

As MSM’s collective assholes pucker, we intend on letting k0n offer unparalleled transparency in several sectors.  Including big tech and media so let’s have some fun, kids.


Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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