Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Anonymous shuts down 5,000 Twitter accounts belonging to Islamic State (IS) supporters


Hacking group Anonymous have published the names, addresses and phone numbers of five alleged recruiters working for IS and are preparing to launch a cyber-attack.

The shadowy internet group have pledged to ‘hunt down’ IS in retaliation for the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night that killed 129 people.

Details published by Anonymous include the whereabouts of five alleged IS recruiters living in Afghanistan, Tunisia and Somalia.

The group claim to have shut down more than 5,000 Twitter accounts belonging to IS supporters and have started creating a list of webpages to attack using a digital weapon called a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS).

The News: … witter-accounts.html



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