Sunday Times: Pirates [Daash] cybercriminals spreading the "hit-list" of US military[/ltr]
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British newspaper The Sunday Times is alone on Sunday published a report which says that a group of cyber-pirates affiliated with Al [Daash] have published "assassination list" includes dozens of names for US military personnel involved directing air strikes against militants organization in Syria and Iraq.
The group calls itself the "Department of hacking in the Islamic state," it has been distributed on the Internet Friday the names and addresses and photos of homes more than 70 US military personnel, including women.
The group urged followers of the organization to "kill them wherever they are. Oqrawa their doors and Cut off their heads, Atanohm, shot in their faces or Bomb them," according to the text annexed with the menu.
The report says that electronic piracy department was in the past under the leadership of Junaid Hussain, a former letter pirate from the British city of Birmingham, was killed in a US raid drone in Syria in August / August, after the discovery that coordinates to carry out a series of attacks in the West .
The report adds that his wife called Sally Jones, a girl from Kent converted to Islam, it is believed that they are still part of this organization, which has already been called on to carry out attacks "individual wolves" against the rules of the Royal Air Force in Britain.
It was Jones, aged 46, was a member of the rock band, and call themselves now, or the name Hussein, and puts its image along with this name in the account on Twitter.
Jones has joined as Hussein in Syria in 2013 after he got to know some online, and took with her son from a previous relationship, which is 10 years old and named JoJo.
Jones, the US government has put on the list of terrorists in the world after he urged journalists hid his identity by planning an attack on the Queen during anniversary celebrations of victory and the end of World War II.
The paper says it has investigated a survey revealed that the real list, but the information received by them does not indicate it is the product of an act of piracy electronic, but it seems that the group had taken from different sources, as reports, news and military bulletins, before you search for addresses and photos from sources General online and conformity and published with names.
The paper points out that some of the information taken from social media, including Facebook and LinkedIn.
Among the names on the team Sean McFarland name list, the US commander of coalition forces to fight al-Islamic state in Syria and Iraq, which is known for public opinion name.
Air strikes to aircraft has been without an effective pilot in the killing of many of the leadership in organizing Daash figures in recent months.
The report points out that the five, at least, of the British fighters in the ranks of al Daash have been killed by air strikes drone, including Junaid Hussain, 21, and Mohamed Amoizi 27, a gunman who called Jihadi John's name.
The report cites a Pentagon spokesman, Maj. Adrian Rankin Ghallaoui, saying, "We know that Daash and the rest of the terrorist organizations claiming to periodically publish personal information about members of the US military or coalition partners who are involved in operations against Daash."
"We are taking all precautionary measures to protect members of the US military and their families, and Nhathm informed of any changes in the security situation."
The Ghallaoui "We will not comment on the credibility of the information in question, and this will not affect the conduct of operations against Daash."