Anonymous brings 'gay-pride' to IS Twitter accounts

The focus to gay propaganda only shifted a week ago, following the deadly shooting in Orlando.

June 18, 2016 11:36
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A Hacker-activist group associated with Anonymous broke into Islamic State affiliated Twitter accounts and flooded them with messages and images celebrating gay-pride, BBC reported on Friday.

"WauchulaGhost" was the hacker behind the hack, according to the report.

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He posted gay pornographic material on some of the accounts, along with rainbow images and LGBT slogans.

He claimed to have infiltrated over 250 linked IS accounts over the course of a month - but the focus to gay propaganda only shifted a week ago, following the deadly shooting in Orlando.   

Most of the infiltrated accounts have since been removed by Twitter. By Friday, three remained online and controlled by "WauchulaGhost," BBC reported.

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