PRO-ISIS HACKERS STRIKE US CENTCOM TWITTER: ‘WE ARE IN EACH MILITARY BASE!’

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By  FRANCES MARTEL –

The pro-Islamic State “Cyber Caliphate” jihadist hacker group took control of the United States’ Central Command Twitter account sometime after noon Eastern Time today, replacing the photos on the page with pro-jihadist artwork and posting the personal information of U.S. Army soldiers.

In a series of tweets, the group identified itself as “Cyber Caliphate” and vowed to share sensitive American military information. “We won’t stop! We know everything about you, your wives and children,” read one tweet.

In addition to distorting Central Command’s Twitter page, the hackers left a message on Pastebin, a site known to often be used by hackers to share information they have stolen. The message has URLs to documents they claim has information stolen from U.S. military computers. The message also claims that the group functions “under the auspices of ISIS” and declares the hacking retaliation for U.S. strikes on ISIS targets in Syria and Iraq.

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Update, 1:21 PM EST: It appears that Cyber Caliphate has also hacked a YouTube account associated with Central Command. The same “i love you isis” header image appears on the YouTube page, and the videos have been replaced by three uploads from the group, titled: “O Soldiers of Truth Go Forth,” “FLAMES OF WAR ISIS VIDEO,” and “Airstrike against an ISIL warehouse, Dec. 29, near Fallujah, Iraq.”

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