The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) group announced the capture of eight alleged Islamic State (IS/ISIS) members in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor governorate, among whom was an alleged American teenager.
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 released the third issue of his German-language jihadi technology magazine, “Kybernetiq,” focusing on wiretapping, spyware, and technical communication in Syria, as well as supplying a new bot, “Minions.”
A jihadist released the second issue of his German-language jihadi technology magazine, “Kybernetiq,” focusing on phishing, Tor exit nodes, smartphone security, steganography, and securing one’s workspace “against the enemies of Allah.”
Hackers calling themselves the “United Islamic Cyber Force” claimed defacements on French and German websites, demanding that governments “stop killing the Muslims” in various Middle-Eastern countries.