Anonymous issues threat to ISIS after Brussels attacks
Hacking group Anonymous have issued a declaration on ISIS in the wake of Brussels bombing
Hacking group Anonymous have issued a declaration of cyber warfare on ISIS in the wake of Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels which killed 31 people and wounded 270.
The so-called ‘Op Brussels’ was declared in a video by the hacktivist group in which they vowed to continue ‘hacking their websites, shutting down their Twitter accounts and stealing their Bitcoins’, according to the Daily Mail.
Anonymous released a similar threat after the Paris attacks last November vowing to hunt down those responsible online and expose them.
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