In a new message purportedly released by one of the many “hacking divisions” of ISIS, Islamist hackers deliver a new threatening message to the United States.
In a purported Islamic State terrorist channel allegedly moderated by ISIS’ Cyber Caliphate Army, aka the Islamic State Hacking Division, jihadist hackers instruct a takeover of the hashtag “Brussels.”
The Cyber Caliphate Army, aka the Islamic State Hacking Division, claims to have hacked New Jersey State police records and is encouraging violence against the NJ Transit stationed officers.
International terrorism watchdog group Terror Monitor reports that the Islamic State “cyber army” has announced plans to hack Google.
The hacktivist group Anonymous has purportedly announced a full scale online war against the Islamic State in a new French video after the Paris terror attacks that left 129 dead.
Protests broke out at Berkeley High School after a racist message threatening African Americans was found on a library computer.
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A female hacker by the name of “Lena” may have actually been behind the Sony hack, casting doubt on the FBI and studio’s claim that North Korea was the culprit.
Hacktivist collective Anonymous has launched a cyber war against the KKK’s websites and social media sites, releasing personal information of the members.
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