Anonymous The Hacker Group is targeting the jihadists website and trying to hack them, take them down and trying their every tactics to ruin the websites related to the jihadists.
As Anonymous trying from days and they have success in their motive: More then 200 Twitter accounts have already been hit by the campaign, together with dozens of Facebook pages displaying jihadist slogans.
This Operation dubbed #OpCharlieHebdo is still working on their motive, and Anonymous hackers from all over the world are trying to hack the websites under the operation.
In our last post related to the campaign, we listed out targeted social accounts and the websites which were hacked at the starting of the operation, now upon a talk with the Anonymous hacker with twitter handle @Anonyopnews we got a list of more websites which have been attacked or being attacked:
At Last Anonymous says its line: WE ARE ANONYMOUS. WE DON’T FORGIVE. WE DON’T FORGET.
We can not fall to the ground. It is our duty to react,” Anonymous said in a statement announcing the campaign. “We, Anonymous around the world, have decided to declare war on you the terrorists.
“Anonymous has always fought for the freedom of speech, and will never let this right be smirched by obscuratism and mysticism. Expect a massive reaction from us, because this freedom is what we’ve been always fighting for.”
Warning to Turkish Government:
In a warning to the Turkish Government, Anonymous tweeted:
Anonymous warned the government after Turkey blocked access to media outlets that published pictures of the front cover of the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo.
In the front cover of the magazine Charlie Hebdo there is a description of the Prophet Mohamed holding a sign that reads “Je Suis Charlie”, and this is the same slogan which has been popularised in the wake of the Paris Attacks.
According to an update through the Anonymous twitter account, more than 1200 Twitter accounts have been suspended in the #OpCharlieHebdo Operation and 89 websites have been attacked in the same operation, We also have a list of 62 websites from those 89- listed above:
— AnonyOpNews (@AnonyOpNews) January 19, 2015
A question we asked the Anonymous, will at continue the hack and will perform more cyber attacks against the Jihadists? If we get a reply, we will udpate this post :)