Anonymous Hacks ISIS Website, Replaces it with Viagra Ad

GhostSec, an Anonymous splinter group, has taken its hacking efforts to the darknet by replacing an ISIS propaganda forum with an advertisement for Prozac. The site was originally created in response to Anonymous taking down hundreds of the terrorist group’s websites, all housed on the open web.

“Too Much ISIS,” GhostSec wrote on the hacked site. “Enhance your calm. Too many people are into this ISIS-stuff. Please gaze upon this lovely ad so we can upgrade our infrastructure to give you ISIS content you all so desperately crave.”

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Clearly the online activist group isn’t afraid to approach these takeovers with humor, having recently launched an entire “rick roll” hijacking campaign to attack Twitter hashtags in support of ISIS. There’s no better way to agitate the enemy than forcing them to accidentally stream terribly catchy ’80s pop and suggesting they all have erectile dysfunction—three cheers for Anonymous.

 

 

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