In the aftermath of the Paris attacks, certain hacker groups have declared a digital war on ISIS, with mixed results. But it looks like a hacker had been helping the FBI track and hunt down hackers with alleged ISIS ties even before the Paris attack in mid-November. A former member of the Rustle League hacker collective confessed on Twitter that he recently assisted the FBI, with his actions resulting in a bombing that left one prominent ISIS hacker dead. “5hm00p” is the name of the hacker who helped the FBI track down and kill Junaid Hussain, a hacker turned ISIS fighter. 5hm00p was previously known for hacking the Anonymous Twitter accounts. “What the f*** have I done,” he said on Twitter on Sunday morning, as noted by Motherboard. More than 15 hours later, he launched a tirade of tweets at the FBI, which were soon deleted. “I lost a lot of good friendships and my f***ng honor,” 5hm00p tweeted “I’m so embarrassed to show my face in public now because of this.” “I f***ing helped you MURDER him. Do you know how I feel now when I sleep at night?” he added. “Regardless that he was a terrorist and an animal I sure as f*** felt betrayed.” Junaid “TriCk” […]
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