Pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Hacker Entity Takes Responsibility For Attack On U.S. Targets, Promises Further Attacks

January 6, 2015

A pro-Islamic State (ISIS) hacker entity, Cyber Caliphate (@cybercaliphate), has recently taken responsibility for an attack against “the U.S. Official Network Communications,” from which the group claims to have obtained confidential information about a large number of residents of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In an announcement, which the group posted on on December 29, 2014, the group said that the attack was in response to the U.S. bombing of the Islamic State and promised “no mercy” towards the “infidels.” The group also promised to expand its attacks to other states besides New Mexico.

Following is the Cyber Caliphate announcement:


“In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, the CyberCaliphate continues its CyberJihad. While the U.S. and its satellites are bombing Islamic State we broke into your home networks and personal devices and know everything about you.


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