Anonymous Play Their Next Hand In War On ISIS
Anonymous launched #OpISIS earlier this year, with the hacker group already claiming to have disrupted many websites and email accounts related to the terrorist organisation.
Anonymous are now claiming more damage has been done, except this time they have teamed up with GhostSec and Ctrlsec (two other hacker teams) and released 9,200 Twitter account names as a part of #OpISIS.
An Anonymous member involved in the operation told IBTimes:
“This is historic amongst the digital world as it’s the first time these groups have come together for something this large, Usually they are very closed off and not willing to work outside of their circles but this has become so large of a problem they’re willing to form an alliance for what is seen as a greater good. The outcome of hundreds of hackers across all three major groups is the largest compiled and verified list ever to be released to the public.”
This is an example of one of the accounts that has been named
Now they are encouraging as many people as possible to share the tweet releasing the names, and in the process apply pressure on Twitter to delete the accounts forever.
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