Prominent pro-Islamic State (IS) media outlets have begun using a "multilink URL shortening service" to disseminate pro-IS propaganda content.
A leading pro-Islamic State (IS) Deep Web forum announced the development of a website for technical security and explanations of virtual currencies.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group invited supporters to join a training course in hacking Facebook and Twitter accounts.
A jihadi tech group discussed use cases for the recently-released "MuslimCrypt" steganography tool and another "anonymous and hidden way of communicating."
A Bengali pro-Islamic State (IS) group released a browser plug-in to access the latest address of its website, which serves as a clearinghouse for Bengali translation and IS material in its native language.
A jihadi tech group released a purported self-developed steganography application for hiding and encrypting messages within images.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) German-language Telegram channel posted advice on concealing both IP and device MAC addresses when posting jihadi content online.
Uzbek Islamic State (IS) supporters urged fighters to battle "disbelievers" by attacking their database servers.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) “Islamic Cyber Army” hacker shared a tutorial for stealing social media account credentials over local area networks (LAN) using tools built into Kali Linux and phishing techniques.
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.”
The pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group "Caliphate Cyber Ghosts" claimed in a video to have penetrated U.S. government and military websites and given the information contained therein as kill lists to lone wolves.
A member of a pro-Islamic State (IS) group chat on Telegram shared information about the value of hacking in warfare.
In its November 2017 installment of statistics, a pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group claimed generating over 2,700 social media accounts.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) group calling itself "Caliphate Cyber Ghosts" released a video threatening to hack U.S. government and American corporate websites on December 8, 2017.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group threatened to hack and delete hundreds of social media accounts.
After posting for the past weeks screen captures of social media accounts it claimed to have hacked, the pro-Islamic State (IS) United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) released a video boasting about these actions, and threatened more hacks as "retaliation" for the hacking of IS supporters' accounts.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group allegedly attacked a popular school website host, resulting in defacements affecting numerous U.S. school websites with messages promoting IS.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers in a group chat on Telegram discussed an alleged hacking campaign that included targeting a web page owned by Fox News and threats of violence against “many individuals and many of the American public figures.”
A pro-Islamic State (IS) tech group claimed generating 4,267 social media accounts and 445 virtual phone numbers for IS supporters throughout October 2017.