DAESH Says it Hacked 100’s of Military Personnel Files & Posted Online

ISIS declares creation of Islamic state in Middle East, 'new era of international jihad'The ISIS “Hacking Department” posted a record of addresses, names and photographs of around 100 military staff which it said it’d got by hacking the Pentagon. The Pentagon denies this and says this is publicly available information.

He also encouraged staff to “assess their on-line accounts” ensuring privacy settings are high to restrict the number of accessible private info available to trolls.

The United States government has said that those on the list are being contacted, the risk has been investigated.

The list was apparently posted on a DAESH website, encouraging followers in the US to make use of the data to undertake lone wolf strikes on the people named.