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Anonymous #OpISIS Claims to Have Preempted A Terror Attack

“ISIS will implode. We’re digging your graves.”

This is how Anonymous is taking the battle closely to the Islamic State.

“Anonymous claims to have foiled an Isis terror attack in Italy.

The primary account behind “Operation Isis” has claimed that online activists affiliated with Anonymous stopped one attack and is working to stop others.

Anonymous stepped up its “war on Isis” in the wake of early November’s attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead. Shortly after those events the group released a video saying that it was going to “hunt down” Isis members and would “launch the biggest operation ever against” it.

“Expect massive cyber attacks,” a voice said in the video. “War is declared. Get prepared.”

Operation Isis has largely focused on finding and shutting down social media accounts and websites belonging to people who are thought to sympathise with or be part of Isis.

Some have suggested that work is helpful since it stops the spread of propaganda by accounts. But others have pointed out that the group has leaked false information, as well as getting in the way of authorities’ efforts.

Now the group has claimed to have gone further than those efforts, moving instead to stopping attacks in the real world.”

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/anonymous-war-on-isis-online-activists-claim-to-have-foiled-terror-attack-on-italy-as-part-of-a6788001.html

Of course, everybody can claim they are part of Anonymous and create some confusion as to what is real and disinformation to sustain fear. But…

“Last month, the Free Thought Project reported on Anonymous’ move to publish a ‘Guide to Fighting ISIS Online.’

The release of this guide enlisted the talents of amateur hackers worldwide, and the results have been nothing short of phenomenal.

The guide was published in an IRC (internet relay chat) channel by a member of the hacker group. That member released the guide, along with the following message.

“Instead of sitting idle in the [chat] channel or lurking around and doing nothing, you can benefit greatly from the different tools and guides that have been provided to you,” he wrote. “Your contribution means a lot and we encourage you to partake in all of the Op’s activities if you can, the more the merrier.”

Tens of thousands more ISIS-affiliated social media accounts have been removed since the guide went public.

After it was revealed that ISIS is being aided and supported by Turkey, Anonymous launched a massive attack against the NATO country last week. In an extensive DDoS attack, the group took down some 40,000 Turkish servers.

While many have been critical of Anonymous’s digital attacks, claiming that they do not hurt ISIS, news of them stopping a physical attack is sure to rattle some cages.

As the fight against terror becomes a vigilante operation, one thing is certain, Anonymous is here to stay and a force to surely be reckoned with.”

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/12/anonymous-takes-opisis-to-a-new-level-by-stopping-an-actual-terror-attack.html

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