A number of Twitter accounts promoting the Islamic State terrorist group are collaborating with anti-Israel hackers in an effort to increase cyber attacks on behalf of the terror organization, the Anti-Defamation League reported on Thursday. The Alazm Center Twitter account posted a message on Jan. 13 asking hackers to contact them. Since then, a group of anti-Israel hackers called “Terrorists Team for Electronic Jihad” has claimed responsibility for several attacks against Israeli websites in the name of the Islamic State. The hackers said they breached the website of a security contractor in Israel, a tour organizer and other Israeli businesses, according to ADL. Visitors are redirected to websites featuring the name and flag of the Islamic State, along with the signature of the hacking group. “Terrorists Team for Electronic Jihad” declared their allegiance to the Islamic State in a video posted on YouTube on Nov. 29, 2014, ADL noted. They also have a Facebook page and a Twitter account that include messages in support of Islamic State terrorists. The group of hackers declared responsibility for the anti-Israel attacks in a statement posted on JustPaste.it, a file-sharing website the Islamic State uses to anonymously publish its own statements. The message said, “Thanks to […]
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