Hackers took control of a control of Newsweek magazine’s Twitter comment on Tuesday with a difference “Je suIS IS” – a anxiety to Islamic State and a lethal conflict during French journal Charlie Hebdo.
“#CyberCaliphate Bloody Valentine’s Day #MichelleObama! We’re examination you, we girls and your husband!” hackers tweeted.
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According to reports, FBI is questioning a hacking.
The Twitter comment showed a conduct wrapped in a black-and-white headband subsequent to a ensign proclaiming “CyberCaliphate,” Reuters reported. The Islamic State belligerent organisation has seized domain in Iraq and Syria and has announced itself a “caliphate.”
Within 14 mins of hacking, Newsweek regained control of a account.
Hackers also posted a summary dictated for a United States in plea for a actions in a Muslim world.
“While a U.S. and a satellites are murdering the brothers in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, we are destroying your inhabitant cybersecurity complement from inside,” it said.
“They were means to get control of the comment for a few minutes. We are operative with Twitter to make certain it doesn’t occur again,” said Jim Impoco, editor-in-chief of Newsweek.