In the wake of the bombings in New York and New Jersey over the weekend, the pro-Islamic State (ISIS) hacking entity Cyber Kahilafah posted tutorials on building homemade bombs using pressure cookers, and on modifying cell phones and Bluetooth devices to denote the bombs remotely.
The main suspect of the bombings, Ahmad Khan Rahami, was arrested on September 19 following a shootout with police in Linden, NJ. According to various media reports, Rahami was identified through a fingerprint and other clues from the cell phone and pressure cooker device found at the 27th street location in Manhattan.
ISIS has not claimed any connection to the attack.
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