#OpISIS Anonymous release list of 70 pro ISIS websites and 14000 of Twitter ids

Anonymous take #OpISIS to next level with release of 70 pro ISIS websites and 14000 Twitter ids belonging to IS affiliates and supporters

Continuing their efforts to bring down websites and Twitter accounts of IS and their supporters, the online hacktivist group, Anonymous today released a list of 70 websites believed to be operated by supporters of ISIS.

The list of the websites is appended at Ghostbin with a message from GhostSec a member of the Anonymous legion.

All websites listed below are frequently used by the Islamic State through
Twitter and other social media platforms for transmission of propaganda,
religion, recruitment, communications and intelligence gathering purposes.
Next to the URL you will find the company hosting content for that website.
Verification can be done by visiting https://check-host.net and entering the
website URL. It is our sincerest hope that the media use this as a tool
to show the world that the Islamic State is everywhere in some shape or form
and that companies are unaware of their customers content or they turn a blind
eye for easy profit and choose to accept bloodmoney. CloudFlare is by far the
largest offender on this list and they have been made aware of the specified
content they are protecting but chose to block us from contacting them rather
than addressing the issue. Together we can stop this from spreading and hold
these companies accountable for their less than ethical business practices.

Soon after the release of the list of the pro ISIS websites Anonymous started targeting them and downed most of them

https://twitter.com/GhostSecurity_/status/584549897925484544

https://twitter.com/GhostSecurity_/status/584585001381027840

Another member of Anonymous legion has released a list of 14000 Twitter IDs to pressurize Twitter to ban such accounts.

https://twitter.com/Anonymous5thNov/status/584609201999093760

The list was released under the operation #OpISIS campaign which was launched by Anonymous earlier this year after the gruesome killings at Charlie Hebdo office in Paris. The Anonymous have so far successfully brought down many websites stating affiliation to the ISIS or IS and released Twitter, email VPN account details belonging to them.

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