The GhostSec division of Anonymous has been keeping itself busy. They have been compiling a list (https://ghostbin.com/paste/ce5jz) of websites “frequently used by the Islamic State through Twitter and other social media platforms for transmission of propaganda, religion, recruitment, communications and intelligence gathering purposes,” the group said in a statement.
By MopUpISIS Taking down ISIS Web Sites is like shooting Fish in a barrel There is so many targets out there right now on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Sendvid all are … Continue reading
Please do not refer to this how to below it was an ISIS Trick on Anonymous & others
They made Bunch Fake Anon IDs somehow they unfriended my top Anon frineds and replaced them
Here is what u need to do.
First off search Web for App called ZenMate To hide your IP address
make it at least lil harder ?
Do not click on pictures unless U sure it yor real friends
the fake guys are tweeting @IridiumBlacker and a few other
and they are spamming the fake IDs on other accounts
So that Jams up Twitter brain and We cant see the real guys they too low on list of search and even may not show at all.
For now when u thiink u find one do a click on the botton on low roght of post select “Report”
then it does not have option for ISIS or terrorist
so each selection hit worse thing like threats of violence on You
then U get a Box and one sentence sya this is likely ISIS and say why
Be sure also check this link
but DO NOT tweet the Bad Guys IDs
“This raises questions about the US government’s definition of terrorism and whether they have expanded it to including hackers,” said Hanni Fakhoury, a senior staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Fakhoury said he was curious to know the identity of the “terrorist organisation” mentioned in the documents.
“If it was al-Qaida or Islamic State that would pose no problem for me, but if they were referring to Anonymous that would be a different proposition,” he said.
Hammond was arrested in March 2012 and sentenced in November the following year to 10 years in prison for his part in a series of high-profile hacks carried out in the name of Anonymous. One of the largest of those breaches in which Hammond played a leading role was the release of five million emails from the private intelligence firm Stratfor.
He was prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). There was never any suggestion during the proceedings that he was involved in any activities related to terrorism or terrorist organisations.
Five ways to fight ISIS online. by Kyle Matthews 1. Government must play a role National governments need to create strategic institutions, and identify experts and point people with the … Continue reading
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