Pro-ISIS Hacking Group Announces Plans To Publish Instructions For Remote Vehicle Operation Over Wi-Fi

September 26, 2016

On September 26, 2016, the pro-ISIS hacking group Cyber Kahilafah announced on its Telegram channel that it will soon publish instructions on how to modify a vehicle for remote operation using Wi-Fi. The group states that such remotely-operated vehicles could be used to spread poisons, gather intelligence, or detonated remotely.

“In the near future we intend to launch a project that will include instructions on how to modify vehicles for remote operation using a Wi-Fi network and use them for various missions such as gathering intelligence or booby-trapping and detonating them remotely.”

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