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On May 25, 2017, on Telegram, the pro-ISIS “Fighter Moeslim Cyber Caliphate” Telegram group called for “A Muslim Hacker to join with us, and attack the kuffar…” and provided its Protonmail encrypted email for contacting it. Source: Fighter Moeslim Cyber Caliphate Telegram, May 25,
GIMF_Tech1 is a public Telegram channel belonging to the technical department of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF), which posts a variety of technical information. The channel currently has 466 members. The content posted by the channel consists of reposts of tweets published on the Twitter account of “Abu ‘Abdallah Technician,” who is apparently the main [&hellip
On May 21, 2017, the An-nur Media Center, ISIS’s official media outlet distributing material in French, distributed a browser add-on for Mozilla Firefox that directs its users to a website containing all of its materials – ISIS audios, videos and documents – and which automatically redirects them to the site’s new address if the old [&hellip
A memo issued May 14, 2017 by the Islamic State’s (ISIS) Delegated Committee, a central body that oversees ISIS’s institutions, forbids the organization’s fighters to use social media, on the grounds that they are employed by the enemy to spy on ISIS fighters and target them. The memo, a copy of which was circulated on [&hellip
A Palestinian man who appears to reside in Nablus supports the Islamic State on his Instagram account. He shared several photos of himself competing in an official Google-sponsored engineering competition called Hash Code, which according to Google is “a team-based programming competition organized by Google for students and industry professionals across Europe, the Middle East [&hellip
On May 15, 2017, it was reported that WachulaGhost, the hacker associated with Anonymous, was again hacking ISIS Twitter accounts and defacing them with gay pornography. WachulaGhost, who initially targeted ISIS following the June 2016 Orlando nightclub attack, said that hacking ISIS was easier than expected and that he had hacked 250 ISIS accounts so [&hellip
On May 16, 2017, it was reported that Russian hackers may have been involved in an attempt by Iranian hackers to hack into the network of a U.S. military contractor, as the Iranians were using a toolset that belonged to a Russian mercenary hacker who hacked Ukraine in 2015 and shut down parts of the [&hellip
On May 16, 2017, it was reported that banks and financial institutions throughout the Arab world were taking precautionary measures to anticipate the ransomware attacks that have impacted the region. For example, the Central Bank of Egypt recommended upgrading security systems, launching anti-virus programs, more efficient solutions for protecting Internet access addresses, and activating Microsoft’s [&hellip
On May 14, 2017, it was reported that Saudi Telecom Company (STC) had denied that its systems had been infected by the WannaCry ransomware virus. The denial came in response to photos distributed on social media claiming to show infected STC computers. The photos showed desktop computers displaying the trademark red window of the virus, [&hellip
On May 11, 2017, the pro-ISIS (Islamic State) hacking group Caliphate Cyber Terrorism Army (CCTA) announced that it was ending its hacking campaign named for the late ISIS spokesman Abu Muhammad Al-‘Adnani. The campaign, which apparently was launched in March 2017, had, according to the group, targeted 1,843 Facebook accounts and 376 Facebook pages. The announcement [&hellip
On May 10, 2017, Yaqeen Media, a pro-ISIS (Islamic State) media group, released an infographic on its Telegram channel titled “The Failure of the Media War on the Islamic State.” The infographic includes statistics and quotes, which it attributes to Foreign Affairs magazine and the Associated Press, to buttress its claims that the Islamic [&hellip
On May 7, 2017, it was reported that ISIS in India was using individuals’ social media preferences to profile them for potential recruitment into the organization. A senior Indian police officer was reported as saying that ISIS’s cyber wing was using fake accounts to post videos and articles encouraging people to take up arms in [&hellip