Anonymous publishes 'how to' guide on hacking ISIS
Hacker group Anonymous has joined the fight against the Islamic State terrorist group once again following last week's attacks in Paris.
The group has declared cyberwar on ISIS, warning that they know the digital space much better than the terrorists. And they've already taken action.
It has been reported that more than 5,500 social media accounts affiliated with ISIS have already been taken down.
As part of their biggest ever online campaign against the group #OpParis, Anonymous is asking anyone to report suspected terrorists and supporters to them.
It has also published a series of 'how to' guides on its Internet Relay Channel — which needs to be installed — for anyone wanting to join the online war.
- A "Noob" guide teaches any rookie how to hack...
- A "Reporter" guide that explains how to set up a Twitter bot for uncovering terrorist accounts...
- And a "Searcher" guide for finding ISIS websites.
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