A pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group claimed generating over 11,000 social media accounts and 2,680 virtual phone numbers for IS supporters throughout July.
Numerous pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channels disseminated two previously released “Cyber Warfare” videos about surveillance and metadata collection.
A pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) Telegram channel recommended several pasting websites as alternatives to Justpaste.it for supporters to post AQ-related content.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group on Telegram provides credentials for Facebook and Twitter accounts to IS supporters seeking to get onto the social media platforms.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group defaced numerous official government websites of the states of Ohio, Idaho, and California with messages threatening President Trump.
A message posted to Telegram advised Islamic State (IS) supporters on methods of gaining substantial traction on Twitter to maximize the dissemination of pro-IS propaganda before the social media platform inevitably suspends the accounts.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram chat groups distributed a message instructing how to rapidly destroy IS-related content in the event of a police raid.
The French-language media division of the Islamic State (IS), an-Nur Media Center, released a video tutorial instructing how to implement disk encryption on Windows, Mac, and Android operating systems.
A message posted to Telegram called for Islamic State (IS) supporters and media workers to disseminate the group’s media across a wider range of social media platforms instead of keeping it “locked up” on Telegram.
A user on Snapchat posted sets of official Islamic State (IS) media releases using the service’s “Story” feature.
In wake of today’s wave of widespread cyber-attacks across dozens of countries, the SITE Intelligence Group is reissuing a 2016 report on “The Shadow Brokers,” a hacking group cited by media outlets and cyber security experts as responsible for leaking the ransomware driving the attacks.
A division of a pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group claimed generating nearly 15,000 social media accounts and 1,600 phone numbers for IS supporters throughout April.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channels circulated a set of “security tips,” which instructed supporters about various ways to avoid surveillance online and encrypt their files and communication.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking collective announced the addition of two new member groups and defaced several websites of small businesses and organizations. UPDATE: The UCC also released a statement claiming that both groups have pledged allegiance to the collective.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group released a video message threatening the U.S. and President Trump, along with a “kill list” of 8,786 names and addresses, commanding, “Kill them wherever you find them.”
The pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hackers released a video describing the structure of the group’s leadership and flaunting past accomplishments for its #Demolishing_Fences campaign.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hackers released a video and written statement announcing the death of the group’s leader by a U.S. airstrike, and made an implied threat to retaliate against the U.S. “soon.”
A division of a pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group released a statement celebrating the one-year anniversary of their formation, and released infographics boasting statistics about the social media accounts they have generated for IS supporters over the past year.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel published two technical manuals about the encrypted chat applications Conversations, Threema, and Signal.
A division of a pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group released a set of tips to help IS supporters prevent their Telegram accounts from being hacked, which the group stated has been “frequently occurring lately.”