Anonymous has launched a “total war” on Isis, with a pledge to try and wipe it off the internet and take its money.
The group has been threatening the group with attacks since the shootings at Charlie Hebdo, at the beginning of 2015. But it stepped up those efforts in the wake of attacks in Paris — and has promised a new wave after deadly explosions struck Brussels this week.
Those attacks will include attempting to keep Isis accounts off social media sites and taking money from them, a supporter of the group says in a new video.
The group has vowed to keep “hacking their websites, shutting down their Twitter accounts and stealing their Bitcoins”.
The group claimed that it has already been successful in silencing Twitter accounts and other communication and propaganda tools online.
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