The person claiming to be behind an elaborate hoax on British security company G4S has linked to documents which explain how to target companies with similar "prankster tactics".
In an article published on Indymedia.ie on Wednesday, a person calling themselves "aa" said that G4S was targeted because of its involvement with immigration removal centers in Britain.
Journalists received a hoax press release on Wednesday, which said there were accounting irregularities at G4S and linked to a site that replicated the company homepage, but had a different URL.
The release was part of an elaborate attempt to hit the company's share price, but wasn't wholly successfully. G4S shares lost some gains immediately after the statement was received, but recovered quickly.
Despite the hoax's limited effect, the person claiming responsibility linked to a document which they described as an "interesting text about this method of struggle and about how to create fakes".