On June 22, 2016, the pro-Islamic State (ISIS) hacking group “Caliphate Cyber Army” posted a graphic with ways of carrying out lone-wolf attacks. Some of the locations it suggested for attacks were public places such as markets and restaurants, and other instructions concerned attacking targets inside their homes. The graphic also provided various ways to carry out the attacks, including poisoning, stabbing, shooting, and throwing rocks. It even suggests screaming at someone as a form of an attack.
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