Pro-ISIS group hacks U.S. military social media
A screenshot taken on Monday shows the hacked Centcom page
The U.S. Central Command Twitter and YouTube accounts were hacked on Monday by people claiming to be Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) sympathizers, in a hacking described by a Pentagon official as “embarrassing.”
“In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, the CyberCaliphate continues its CyberJihad,” the Centcom Twitter feed said.
The Twitter account published an alleged list of U.S. generals and addresses associated with them, titled “Army General Officer Public Roster (by rank) 2 January 2014.”
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Source News: Alarabiya