The hacker collective known as Anonymous fired back at ISIS after they claimed responsibility for the recent attacks in Paris, France. Citing "cyber-warfare" as their chief plan of action, the group vowed via Twitter and a chilling video, that they would wipe ISIS from the internet.
This video, spoken in French is an message to the radical terrorists. Massive cyber attacks are to be launched against ISIS, much like their stand against members of the KKK, which exposed their twitter accounts and linked back to their real life profiles.
#OpParis targets ISIS' social media accounts. The hacking group wants to expose the people behind the accounts, target supporters and try and lead to justice. This is a noble member.
Many ISIS twitter accounts, have been hacked, shut down or slowed down by Anonymous attempts. The Twitter account, "more than 3,824 Twitter accounts pro-ISIS are now down."
Anonymous also shut down ISIS donation sites that have been housed on the deep web for sometime.
The key message from ISIS' twitter attack was this, "Make no mistake: #Anonymous is at war with #Daesh. We won’t stop opposing #IslamicState. We’re also better hackers.”