Muslim Hackers Knock ISIS Websites Offline

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Muslim hackers knocked several websites associated with the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) offline on Friday as part of a major campaign to silence the so-called online caliphate. Several groups of hackers took part in the #SilenceTheSwords campaign, which resulted in forums on the dark web being knocked offline, as well as continued attacks on ISIS’s…

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