ISIS Responds to Anonymous

ISIS Responds to Anonymous Threats by Calling Them “Idiots”

Things have started to become even more heated between ISIS and Anonymous.

ISIS claimed responsibility for the recent attack in Paris, and just after that, it was threatened by a hacking group Anonymous. The hackers made a video in which they declared war against ISIS and promised to remove their presence from the internet.

About a day ago, ISIS responded to the open threat by calling the hacking group “idiots”.

“The #Anonymous hackers threatened in new video release that they will carry out a major hack operation on the Islamic state (idiots).”

Since making the threat, Anonymous has been hard at work as it has made a separate Twitter account where it keeps updating users on the attacks on ISIS-associated accounts.

The same account claims that more than 5500 ISIS-related accounts have been taken down, with more to be targeted in the next few days. Moreover, it has posted a text file on Pastebin which outlines its plans for ISIS. According to the file, Anonymous is looking to take down accounts of ISIS members, Syrian internet providers, and all ISIS email ids along with their web servers.

Anonymous seems hell-bent on removing ISIS from the internet, but will it succeed in its endeavors is yet to be seen.

 

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