Anonymous Continues Trolling Isis and Hacks its Propaganda SiteAdded: Monday, November 30th, 2015
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GhostSec, one of the Anonymous splinter groups, has escalated its “war” on Isis to the darknet and replaced Isis propaganda site with an advert for Prozac in an obviousely trolling move. The targeted website was a fresh forum set up within the Tor darknet by Isis. The suggestions are that the portal was launched in response to Anonymous taking down hundreds of the terrorist group’s websites on the open Internet.
Anonymous replaced all content on the site with an advert for an online pharmacy and posted the following statement: “Too Much ISIS. Enhance your calm. Too many people are into this ISIS-stuff. Please gaze upon this lovely ad so we can upgrade our infrastructure to give you ISIS content you all so desperately crave.” Initially, GhostSec took the website in question offline a few days ago, but the terrorist group managed to reinstate it, although many security researchers pointed out that Isis had used very poor security means for its protection.
We should remind that Anonymous officially announced its war against Isis on Twitter several months ago and started taking its websites offline. Then, in the wake of the Paris attacks, the hacking collective stepped up operations and even requested crowdsourced help.
The position of the authorities is ambiguous: some believe that such hacking collectives as Anonymous, GhostSec and Ghost Security Group hinder the investigations of security services, while others (including the UK Home Office security minister John Hayes) admit they are actually grateful for people fighting against “this kind of wickedness” by any available means.
Monday, November 30th, 2015
|posted by (2015-11-30 14:22:40)|
|Anonymous doing very good job...Nice wrk SaM|
|posted by (2015-11-30 18:27:13)|
|Can t believe it Anonymous is going the right thing love it; keep it up : )|
|Humm. Wonder if they could have just used it to infiltrate and gather useful data rather than making it know they had hacked them?|
|watched your back isis. we're all coming for you including "The Punisher". cowardly bastard!|
|Gotta love it when a group like anonymous uses their super powers for doing good! Keep it up!|
|Awesome Work guys.|
|posted by (2015-12-01 21:00:08)|
|Anonymous doing very good job. Good job guys! Keep it up!|
|posted by (2015-12-02 05:22:34)|
|Remember that anybody can take on the mantle of anonymous. if you have skills or just know something that everyone else doesn't. use that power to bring to justice those that would harm other people. I BELIEVE IN YOU!!!|
|On TV news recently the host and guests on a news cast were commenting about the Paris attack and other activity from ISIS.|
And then a U.S. Govt. spokesman was saying how ISIS can put up web sites and they cant take down.
Meanwhile in UK the RIIA and MPAA are making a list and blocking things wham bam.
Priorities in the real world eh?
Maybe if ISIS were linked to a copyright issue they would be wiped out.
Instead of just trivial things like mass murder.
|Good job Anonymous, keep up the good work! Be the heroes that the corrupt US gov. never could!|
|thank you man , your doing more to hurt them than my fearless leader.. take them down !|
|Hey Anonymous, you rock, good work. Thank you.|
A suggestion. Hack their sites and put gay porn on there, and shit with goats, oh no wait they'd probably be into that... Stick with the bear porn, hairy dudes doing nasty shit. lol
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