Anonymous Issues Guides So Anyone Can Join Online Battle Against IS
This article was posted on Friday, 10:56, UTC.
Want to take down an IS website all on your own? Well, Anonymous wants you to be able to, too. “The more the merrier,” Anonymous said today in a message which included links to how-to guides. The group recently made headlines taking down more than 6,000 Twitter accounts associated with Paris attacks and IS sympathizers. https://twitter.com/GroupAnon/status/666662585245278208?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Anonymous posted the guides on an IRC channel used by Anonymous to share information on their #OpParis online battle against IS. Anonymous has a history of recruiting people for its operations, having released guides for their battle against IS before. These recent guides include step-by-step…
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