South Korean police investigating alleged ISIS hacking

Yonhap News reports that officials have launched an investigation into whether an Islamic State militant group hacked a South Korean firm’s computer network. Data on 20 South Koreans was reportedly acquired in the attack. Although the company was not named, Yonhap reports:

The company, which provides a news-clipping service, appears to have come under a hacking attack that led to a leak of the names and email addresses of 20 public officials and civilians, according to police and other intelligence officials.

Those names and addresses appeared in a YouTube video the IS uploaded in February and later deleted, they said.

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