“Anonymous From All Over The World Will Hunt You Down” Hacktivists Declare War On ISIS
The hacktivist group Anonymous, has declared ‘total war’ on the terror group following the deadly attacks in France, announced via an YouTube video they said “We will hunt down every single supporter of the Jihadist group online”. This combat mission mainly aims to root out terrorism propaganda and recruitment networks of ISIS from the internet. In the video a spokesman wearing the group’s symbol – the iconic Guy Fawkes mask – promised to “launch the biggest operation ever” against Islamic State.
Pledging to use their skills to “unite humanity,” the group warned terrorists to “expect massive cyber attacks.”
“Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down,” the spokesman said. “You should know that we will find you and we will not let you go.”
“War is declared. Get prepared,” the group said in the video post. “The French people are stronger than you and will come out of this atrocity even stronger.”
Throughout the year, the group has tracked, hacked, unmasked, and reported thousands of Twitter accounts that were run by or associated with IS members.
The hactivists’ work this year resulted in the dismantling some 149 IS-linked websites, according to a recent report in Foreign Policy. Anonymous also flagged roughly 101,000 Twitter accounts and 5,900 propaganda videos.
Anonymous also announced this week that they were able to trace a pro-IS hacking group CyberCaliphate that uses at least at least 10 Twitter handles to a single IP address in Kuwait.
A hacker with Anonymous, speaking to Epoch Times revealed that IS accounts have a life span of about eight hours before Twitter suspends them. After 10 suspensions, the hacktivist claims, “they disappear for a few weeks, only to re-emerge,” under a different name,
While the CyberCaliphate collective claims to be behind a number of cyber attacks, the activist told the Epoch Times that pro-IS hackers fake most of their attacks.
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