ISIS hackers post names and addresses of 100 service members, call for jihad against them

Jason Molinet reports:

Islamic State hackers have posted the personal details of 100 U.S. service members they claim took part in the bombing of ISIS targets in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Afghanistan – and called on homegrown radicals to strike back.

The group calling itself Islamic State Hacking Division allegedly gathered the dossier from cracked military databases and made an open call for “jihad against the crusaders” using, a Polish-based social network favored by ISIS propagandists.

Read more on NY Daily News.

The ISIS support Twitter account, @ISHackingDiv was suspended shortly after posting a link to the material.

The Department of Defense has not yet confirmed or denied the accuracy of the information nor the hackers’ claims that they obtained the material through various sources, including hacked databases.


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