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Anonymous Taught the Internet How to Hack ISIS – 20,000 ISIS Twitter Accounts Destroyed the Next Day

Published on November 20, 2015 by   ·   No Comments

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Matt Agorist

After being called “idiots” by those who behead innocent people to further their cause, the hacker collective Anonymous dealt a huge blow to the terror group ISIS. But this was just the tip of the iceberg.

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On Tuesday, the Free Thought Project reported on Anonymous taking down over 5,500 Twitter accounts tied to Islamic State members. Shortly after this victory, Anonymous published 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.”

The following instructions for finding ISIS related websites were then disseminated across the globe.

Instructions for finding ISIS-related websites

1. Get Python at https://www.python.org/downloads/ unless you already have it (Mac does)

2. Open Terminal (or Command Prompt for Windows) and type (without quotes) “python”

3. Now, this step requires a little explanation. Let’s set this out neatly, shall we…

Copy the contents of the following link to your clipboardhttps://ghostbin.com/paste/oo4tb

The contents of that link are some search terms that relate to ISIS and their content, allowing you to narrow down the results to specific ones Paste the strings into the Terminal and press Enter

4. Choose a couple of strings (3 recommended) from the list of strings. For this example we will use strings 3+38+46

5. Once chosen, continue in terminal (without quotes) “print(str3+str38+str42)” and copy the results

6. Paste the results in https://www.google.iq and analyze the new results

To translate pages, it is recommended to use Google Chrome, which has integrated translation

7. Submit any valid ones to one of the channel operators and we will deal with the info accordingly

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