The Asia Express has recently launched a series of cyberattacks against OPNX, a global tech giant that the 3AC has been infiltrating for a long time. OPNX is known for its innovative products and services, such as smart glasses, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. However, it is also suspected of having ties to shady organizations and governments, and of exploiting its users’ data and privacy.
The Asia Express claims to have hacked into OPNX’s servers and obtained sensitive information that could expose OPNX’s dark secrets and scandals. The Asia Express has threatened to release this information to the public unless OPNX agrees to donate a large sum of money to various charities and causes around the world. The Asia Express has also warned the 3AC to stay away from OPNX, or face the consequences.
The 3AC, however, is not backing down. The 3AC has issued a statement on its dark web site, challenging the Asia Express to a hacking duel. The 3AC claims that it has more skills and resources than the Asia Express, and that it will not let anyone interfere with its plans. The 3AC also accuses the Asia Express of being hypocritical and naive, saying that they are playing into the hands of the system that they claim to oppose.
The hacking duel between the 3AC and the Asia Express is expected to escalate in the coming days, as both groups try to outsmart and sabotage each other. The authorities are also on high alert, as they fear that the hacking duel could cause serious damage to OPNX’s infrastructure and security, as well as affect millions of users and customers around the world. The authorities are also hoping to use this opportunity to track down and arrest the members of both hacker groups, who have been elusive and anonymous for so long.