A member of the hacktivist group Anonymous has found a clever way to troll ISIS after the Orlando shooting.
Hacker Wauchula Ghost has been at work hacking pro-ISIS Twitter accounts since at least March 2016 and has replaced some of the organization’s jihadist content with gay pornography, rainbow flags and gay pride slogans. The hacker took screenshots of the actions, which include such messages as “I’m Gay and I’m Proud” and “LGBTQ Pride Month.”
— WauchulaGhost (@WauchulaGhost) June 14, 2016
Wauchula Ghost is not acting alone. Fellow Anonymous members Ebony and Yeti joined the viral crusade. When not hacking ISIS’s Twitter accounts, the team regularly tweets the pro-ISIS accounts’ IP addresses. The IP addresses belong to users in the United Kingdom, Turkey, Iran, Jordan and Oman, among others.
— WauchulaGhost (@WauchulaGhost) June 15, 2016
The hacktivist explained his reasoning for his Twitter assault in an interview with Newsweek: “Daesh [ISIS] have been spreading and praising the attack, so I thought I would defend
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