An Islamic State (IS/ISIS)-linked media group disseminated a poster in multiple languages, including Japanese, urging supporters to hack Instagram and Facebook accounts.
The Islamic State (IS)-linked United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group claimed hacking and defacing four websites for an operation called “#OpTheWorld,” and shared a message threatening Russia with “slaughter and death.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group known as “AnonTerror” threatened to release a computer virus targeting Western countries and perform cyber attacks on Russian government websites.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) posted Google Earth files identify locations of airports and military bases in the U.S. and military districts and bases in Russia.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) posted Google Earth files and satellite images identifying locations of Air Force military bases belonging to the U.S., NATO, and Russia.
The Al-Qaeda Electronic (AQE) hacking group defaced websites based in France, Russia, and Greece, along with the U.S.-based website of a Jordanian real estate company.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers from the Kalachnikv E-Security Team and Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) defaced the website of the Russian government-controlled Federal Customs Service and shared a video titled “A Message to Russia from the Cyberworld.”
The group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) threatened to target the website of the U.S. Department of State and release more information about U.S. Police, stating there are “still a lot of names” to be published. Additionally, the group issued threats against Russian president Vladimir Putin.
A group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers, also known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA), targeted several Russian and Iranian websites with defacement messages, which were then replaced with messages of mockery by apparent vigilante hackers.
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.
The Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) hackers have released purported information about the Russian military and posted a defacement message following their threat to target Russia with cyber attacks as part of their “#RussiaUnderHacks” hashtag campaign on Twitter.
The Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) have purportedly released a list of targeted Russian websites and threatened both cyber and lone wolf attacks on Friday for their “#RussiaUnderHacks” campaign on Twitter.
In retaliation against recent airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria, the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) have announced their fourth hacking campaign, this time targeting Russia using the hashtag “#RussiaUnderHacks.”
An alleged hacking group with the alias “Vikingdom2015” published a target list of 44 U.S. Government websites and claimed to have taken down the official websites of the States of Maine and New Hampshire.
The Russian hacking group “w0rm” published the alleged vulnerabilities of a number of websiteths including that of ABC, USA Today and CBC/Radio-Canada.
The hacking group “AnonSec” released the alleged databases of 10 Russian Visa Centers including those from Germany, France, Portugal, Canada, Czech Republic, Austria and Belgium.
The hacking group “Anon Security” claimed to have targeted the Russian Visa Center in the United States of America, releasing account information stolen from its systems.
The Russian hacking group “w0rm” claimed to have gained access to the control panel of the national American newspaper USA Today.
The alleged Russian hacking group “w0rm” claimed to have targeted and hacked the database of the computer technology company Lenovo.
The Russian hacking group “w0rm” has claimed to have successfully penetrated Subway restaurant’s servers, and more specifically their Point of Sale system.