The German-writing jihadist behind “Kybernetiq” magazine published an article warning about the dangers and drawbacks of using Turkey’s internet, while providing security tips to mitigate those issues.
The Anonymous hacking collective released a video announcing the re-launch of their “#OpTurkey” campaign, threatening cyber attacks on Turkey’s “banks and government institutions” as protest against the country’s alleged support of the Islamic State (IS).
An independent hacker has released a 17.8 GB data dump purportedly obtained from servers of the Turkish National Police.
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 GatorLeague hacking group has released a statement announcing their return to cyber activity, beginning with targeted attacks on the US state of Utah and the Turkish government.
A prominent Islamic State (IS) recruiter announced that migration to the group in Syria had come to a halt amid closed borders.
Syrian Islamist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham endorsed Turkey’s planned “safe zone” in northern Syria in a communique released on August 11, 2015.
Members of the Turkish language Dark Web forum “Turkish DarkWeb” circulated manuals for building explosives and weapons and discussed the devices’ efficiency, impact, and suggested use.
Islamic State (IS) fighters and supporters on Twitter reacted to recently initiated offensives on the group by the Turkish military with violent rhetoric.
The hacking group “Anon Ghost Team” defaced the Turkish government website www.bozyazimuftulugu.gov.tr with a statement announcing the start of “Operation Gov” against corruption in governments worldwide.
The Anonymous hacking collective published a press release announcing its plan to attack the Security General Directorate of Turkey (EGM) in protest of the deaths resulting from various incidents it blames on the “fascist government of Turkey.”
According to a release promoted by one of the Twitter accounts reporting for “Operation Turkey” – the campaign launched in protest of the deaths occurring under the watch of the Turkish government – over 200 websites of the Turkish government and Turkish police were disrupted.