The Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) disseminated previously-released alleged personal information of members of the U.S. Air Force.
The Anonymous hacking collective released a video threatening cyber attacks on Turkey’s Internet, banks, and government as a part of their “#OpISIS” and “#OpTurkey” Twitter campaigns.
The group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) disseminated the purported home addresses of 14 CIA “leadership” personnel on Twitter.
The group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) claimed hacking the websites of the U.S. National Guard, NASA, U.S. Air Force Base “Andrews,” and the Louisiana Department of Insurance, releasing information in the form of screenshots taken from publicly-accessible documents available on the sites.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers calling themselves the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA), previously known as the Cyber Caliphate or Islamic Cyber Army, have claimed breaching the websites for two organizations affiliated with the Saudi Arabian government.
In response to the Anonymous hacking collective’s “#TrollingDay” initiative, the pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Cyber Caliphate have released the purported personal information of about 160 out of a claimed “700 US Army” Personnel, along with publicly-available information about US Marine personnel.
The Cyber Caliphate alleged that Twitter administrators planted malware in a U.S. military “kill list” after taking over their account.
The “Cyber Caliphate,” group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers also known as the “Islamic Cyber Army” (ICA) or “Islamic State Hacking Division,” distributed a new video and malware disguised as the previously-released second “kill list” of U.S. military personnel.
The Anonymous hacking collective has claimed breaching a webcasting site of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and posted dumps of the site’s databases, which included users’ names, email addresses, street addresses, and encrypted passwords.
A group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers called the “Cyber Caliphate,” also known as the “Islamic Cyber Army,” forwarded personal information about 36 alleged US military personnel.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA), or “Elite Section of IS,” forwarded publicly available addresses, email addresses, and other information of French government personnel.
As part of the “#WorldUnderHacks” campaign, IS supporters on Twitter have disseminated information regarding the US Department of Defense and the names and home addresses of various NSA, CIA, and FBI high-ranking government officials.
A Twitter account identifying as an “OFFICIAL MEMBER OF [the] #EliteSection” of the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) forwarded purported personal information of government personnel, including high-profile individuals.
A group of pro-Palestine hackers operating under the name “CWA,” or “Crackas With Attitude,” have now claimed access to “200… gov officials private emails” from FBI Deputy Director Mark Giuliano, along with “34,000 lines” of information regarding government-affiliated personnel.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) or “Elite Section of IS” have released a video announcing Iran as the target of their seventh hacking campaign, called “#IranUnderHacks.”
The hacking group AnonSec has allegedly hacked the website for the Israel Missile Defense Association (IMDA) and released dumps of the site’s databases.
A pro-Al-Qaeda hacking group calling itself the “Mujahidin Cyber Army” posted a recruitment message and claimed defacements of 37 Russian, Indian, and Iranian websites.
In its longest-lasting “hacking” campaign yet, the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) has continued to target France with false claims of the release of sensitive information, including that of the French ambassador in South Africa, using the Twitter hashtag “#FranceUnderHacks.”
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group calling itself “CyberCaliphate” redistributed a list of names American and French military personnel as well as Mossad agents, and identified them as “wanted to be killed”.
A new Arabic-language video from pro-IS hacking group “Cyber Kahilafah” called for other hackers to join in an “extensive cyber attack” directed at the United States, set to occur one month from the release of the video.