My only question is why wasn’t this done sooner? Oh, might I suggest maybe pictures of roving ferrell hogs too?
‘Challenge Accepted!’ Muslim Activists Hack ISIS Servers
November 14, 2017
A group of Muslim activists hacked into ISIS servers after the terror group announced it upped online security following a series of cyber attacks on its news agency Amaq.
“In response to recent events, we have imposed more stringent security measures on our systems,” ISIS said in an Arabic email. “We can now handle email attacks or any type of hack.”
“Challenge accepted” wrote the hackers on Twitter who operate
under the handle Di5s3nSi0N and use the hashtag #SilenceTheSwords.
Barely three hours later, the hackers tweeted “Challenge complete – too easy! 2000 email subscribers hacked from Amaq… What is next??”
The hackers released the 2,000 email addresses of Amaq subscribers online.
ISIS uses its news agency to distribute its propaganda as well as to announce terror attacks around the world. As ISIS’ power base continues to shrink due to global defeats, so does its online presence.
Amaq was hit with a series of hacks and is now reduced to communicating with its supporters solely on Telegram, an encrypted messaging app.
The hackers vowed to destroy ISIS’ online presence by Friday, November 17, 2017.
“Daesh [ISIS] stained our streets and fields red from our martyrs. The tears of the ummah will wash them clean. And we wash them from their internet hiding places! Our vengeance will be on 17.11.17,” the hackers announced.
Di5s3nSi0N’s logo states, “We are the bugs in your system,” and taunts the terror group saying, “Daesh…shall we call you dogs for your crimes or snakes for your cowardice?”
Earlier this month, ISIS supporters hacked into 800 school websites across the U.S. The hack lasted close to two hours, during which time visitors to the sites were redirected to a YouTube video with Arabic audio and pictures of Saddam Hussein. Text appeared reading, “I love Islamic State (ISIS).”
ISIS released the list on Telegram, with the directive, “O wolves of the Islamic State, [this is a] very important list, kill them immediately.”
The list appeared to be random and taken from a business networking platform.
Hackers Substitute Porn on ISIS Sites
November 23, 2017
A group of Iraqi hackers placed porn on encrypted message sites used by Islamic State’s ‘news agency’ Amaq.
The hacks are meant to disrupt the flow of communication between ISIS jihadis by creating havoc in the organization and mistrust of supporters for each other.
“Our intention was to flood the market with fake Amaq content in order to dilute the credibility of Amaq – a so-called news agency,” one of the anonymous hacker told Newsweek.
The hackers call themselves Daeshgram, a play on the name of the encrypted messaging application Telegram that is favored by ISIS supporters. “Daesh” is an derogatory acronym in Arabic used to refer to ISIS.
“Daesh responded by telling supporters not to trust any of the Amaq links. They even had fights among themselves about the topic and deleted each other from various groups,” the anonymous hacker said.
Hacks on other communications networks and apps have forced ISIS to rely only on Telegram in recent weeks.
Recently, another group of Muslim activists hacked into ISIS servers after the terror group announced it had upped its online security following a series of cyber attacks on Amaq.
“In response to recent events, we have imposed more stringent security measures on our systems,” ISIS announced. “We can now handle email attacks or any type of hack.”
“Challenge accepted” wrote the hacking group on Twitter. Barely three hours later, the hackers tweeted, “Challenge complete – too easy! 2000 email subscribers hacked from Amaq…What is next??”
The hackers then released the email addresses of Amaq subscribers online.
In his latest book, Lt.-Gen. Michael Flynn, former head of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, wrote the computers of ISIS jihadis seized by the U.S. were filled with pornography.
“We looked a ruthless enemy in the eye — women and children, girls and boys, raped and exploited, the beheadings stored on a laptop next to pornography,” wrote Flynn in The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies. “At one point, we actually had determined that the material on the laptops was up to 80 per cent pornography.”
Flynn said the pornographic material brutalized the psyche of the jihadists and enabled them to become desensitized enough to carry out the group’s atrocities. He also said that closing down ISIS communication channels combined was the only way to defeat ISIS.
It was also revealed that assassinated al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had an extensive pornography collection, which was seized by U.S. Navy Seals who killed him during a raid on his compound in Pakistan in 2011.
Flynn’s words were spot on…desensitization and fear were the aims but in one fell swoop these hackers did what so-called censorship of these sites could not….
How hilarious is this ….after years of dealing with ISIS propaganda online and seeing how they have been infecting the world through the dark web….this has me rolling in the floor!