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Hackers putting porn on ISIS propaganda sites, report says

Hackers putting porn on ISIS propaganda sites
The Daeshgram hacking group says its goal is to spread distrust among ISIS supporters.

A gathering of Iraqi PC programmers has propelled a cyberoperation against the ISIS fear amass by slipping explicit pictures into its official correspondence channels, as indicated by a report distributed for the current week.

Individuals from the programmer gathering, which calls itself Daeshgram (a play on an Arabic acronym many use to portray ISIS), revealed to Newsweek that the objective is to indicate doubt among ISIS supporters about messages from the gathering’s administration.

In one example, the programmers photoshopped a picture of an exposed lady into a declaration about the opening of a media focus in ISIS-controlled Syria. The adjusted picture influenced it to create the impression that the ISIS radicals were seeing erotic entertainment.

Daeshgram’s most noticeable target is Amaq, which one programmer portrayed as “an alleged news organization” for ISIS. The gathering constrained the site disconnected with a foreswearing of-benefit assault before making a correct imitation of the page with messages deriding the dread gathering’s philosophy.

“Daesh responded by telling supporters not to trust any of the Amaq links,” a programmer told the magazine. “They even had fights among themselves about the topic and deleted each other from various groups.”

“Go on [encrypted informing app] Telegram and you will see that Daesh are confused about Amaq and don’t trust it,” the Daeshgram programmer included. “So we think we have been successful to an extent, and we are only six people.”

 

Source: foxnews.com

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