Pro-ISIS Hackers Release 'Wanted' List Of Minnesota Police Officers
Pro-ISIS hackers have purportedly released the personal information of 36 Minnesota police officers, but this tactic isn't new for them.By Jake Godin | March 14, 2016
Pro-ISIS hackers have purportedly released the personal information of Minnesota police officers.
According to Vocativ, a list of personal information for 36 Minnesota police officers was released by the "Caliphate Cyber Army" on Telegram — an encrypted messaging app.
Pro-ISIS hackers have previously released "hacked" information on U.S. military and government personnel.