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 pro-Islamic State hacking group known as the “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) disseminated a list of the names and addresses of 76 alleged U.S. military drone personnel and threatened to leak “secret intelligence” obtained from the Ministry of Defence in London, UK.
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.
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 pro-Islamic State (IS) hacking group “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) has defaced a website and used it to leak the personal information of nearly 1500 US Military and Government personnel.
The pro-Islamic State hacking group “Islamic State Hacking Division” claimed to have gained access to “several military servers, databases and emails” of the Italian military, and released the alleged information related to ten Italian army personnel as targets for “our brothers residing in Italy.”
The “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) leaked the names, addresses, and phone numbers of 10 Italian army officers and, along with other jihadists, called on lone wolves in Italy to take action.
The “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) took over the Twitter account of Egypt’s most popular radio station, Nogoum FM, and posted messages praising the Islamic State.
On April 12, 2015, the “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) targeted the British news site Huffington Post, and defaced the biography section of two blog contributers with angry messages against the “disbelievers.”
A group identifying as the “Islamic State Hacking Division” claimed a cyber-attack on the Huffington Post’s British subdomain in the form of a defacement message left on a contributor’s bio section.
An alleged group using the alias “Islamic State Hacking Division” released the purported addresses of 100 U.S.
A group calling itself the “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) leaked alleged names and addresses of American military personnel in the Air Force, Army, and Navy, and called upon Muslims in the U.S. to kill them.