A prominent Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked Indonesian media group has announced the creation of a BlackBerry Messenger account in light of the group’s suspension on Pinterest, where the group has posted an array of images and infographics to its longstanding account.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked “Anshar Caliphate Army” claimed defacing the website of an Indonesian vocational high school.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked “Anshar Caliphate Army” announced a campaign of cyber attacks targeting the Indonesian government and social media accounts on August 17.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group issued a communique claiming credit for defacing websites in multiple Asian countries, DDoS attacks, and compromising hundreds of social media accounts.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group issued a communique claiming credit for hacking seven Indonesian government websites, numerous DDoS attacks, and compromising social media accounts.
The United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) and its Indonesian unit, Anshar Cyber Caliphate, claimed hacking 20 Facebook accounts and taking down 200 Jewish websites in its #OpTheWorld campaign.
A member of a pro-al-Qaeda (AQ) forum posted a guide about performing SQL injection cyber attacks, a technique commonly used to deface websites, along with a list of 119 websites as targets.
The Cyber TeamRox (CTR) hacktivist group posted links to 29 supposedly “hacked” websites; however, only 18 pages actually contained a defacement, 15 of which were attributed to other groups not affiliated with CTR.
Furat Media, a media affiliate of the Islamic State (IS), released a video of an Indonesian IS fighter in Syria urging Muslims and his fellow countrymen specifically to travel to join the group, noting that his own disability did not prevent him from doing so.
RICS Asia, the accrediting body for professionals in land, property and construction, has been targeted by a hacking group calling itself “HTGz Security,” who were purportedly able to leak database tables containing over 12,000 entries of member information.
What purports to be the “Islamic State Hacking Division” released a second “kill list” of 100 American military personnel, giving photos, names, divisions, and addresses. The group posted links to access the document on Twitter on September 11, 2015.
The hacking group “AnonSec” claimed to have attacked the Indonesian IT Solution Provider Digital Kreasi and leaked its database on a pasting site.