Another Telegram channel claiming to be the “official channel for the UCC” has alleged that the recently-released UCC statement is “fake,” despite its circulation among IS-linked channels.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group released a statement following an extended hiatus, denouncing imposter groups and claiming to get “revenge for the blood of our monotheists [sic] brothers.”
In a greeting for Ramadan, the editorial staff behind the German-language magazine, “Kybernetiq,” requested monetary contributions through the cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Monero, providing encrypted contact information.
A jihadist urged fellow supporters to spread malware among the enemy for spying purposes in a Ramadan attack.
After distributing English-language studies on spoofing cellular networks and GPS at a low cost, a jihadist provided additional information about the chip involved.
A jihadist distributed English-language studies on spoofing cellular networks and GPS using inexpensive equipment.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked Telegram channel published a technical manual about secure practices when using the Telegram messaging app on Android OS.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group purported that it hacked 664 Facebook and Twitter accounts over a period of four months.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked tech group claimed distributing credentials for 4,320 social media accounts, along with 654 virtual phone numbers, to IS supporters throughout March 2018.