Not long after ISIS terrorists launched a coordinated attack in Paris that left 129 people dead, hacker group Anonymous launched a digital war against the organization, shutting down websites and Twitter accounts being used to recruit as well as communicate and coordinate attacks.
Now Anonymous is setting their sights on a slightly different target, accusing a startup company from America of allegedly helping ISIS.
Whether or not CloudFlare is guilty of actually helping ISIS or not, one thing’s for sure.
Anonymous is likely causing a massive disruption in the terror group’s plans, leaving them frustrated and could be potentially delaying attacks, which is definitely not a bad thing.
Let’s hope our government gets off its rear end and actually takes some action both on the physical battlefield as well as the digital one to put an end to ISIS reign of terror.