Hackers Destroy ISIS Dark Net Propaganda Site And Safe Haven Which Allows Them To Secretly Plot Terror Attacks
The Islamic extremists' website Isdarat was taken down after hackers such as Anonymous, Ghost Security other 'hacktivist' groups declared war on them following the Paris terror attacks
Islamic State extremists have been dealt another major blow by hackers after a key propaganda site and safe haven to plot terror attacks on the Dark Net was destroyed.
ISIS militants have been under attack from 'hacktivist' groups such as Anonymous ever since the Paris terror attacks earlier this month which claimed the lives of 130 innocent people.
The terrorist network has been taking advantage of the anonymity granted to users of the Dark Net - accessed through the secretive web browser Tor.
Dark Net users are able to hide their IP address from authorities while buying drugs and other illicit items online.
However the network of Tor users has been infiltrated by ISIS , as militants use it to plot terror attacks and spread their propaganda.
But a key website has now been shut down by hackers from the Tor community.
The site - called Isdarat - has been dubbed Islamic State's version of YouTube, allowing them to spread their evil messages and influence the young and vulnerable.
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