Pro-ISIS Hackers Document Attacks On Egyptian Targets, Urge Muslims To Join ‘Electronic Jihad’

July 20, 2015

Sinai-based pro-Islamic State (ISIS) hackers have released their second tally of cyber operations against Egyptian targets, including military personnel and government webpages. The tally, which comes in the form of a 21-minute video, Part II in a series on the topic, documents some of those attacks while calling upon Muslims to participate in “electronic jihad” against ISIS enemies.

The hackers operate under the umbrella name of Al-Mukhabarat Al-Islamiyya (The Islamic Intelligence Services). In Part I of their video series, released online in January, they mostly showed how compromised Facebook pages allegedly belonging to various Egyptian military personnel were jam-packed with ISIS content.


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