U.S. CentCom's Twitter, YouTube Hacked By ISIS Supporters
The social media accounts of U.S. Central Command, which has been carrying out airstrikes on ISIS since September, were hacked by ISIS supporters.By Jamal Andress | January 12, 2015
U.S. Central Command carries out America's airstrikes on ISIS. And around noon Central time Monday, CentCom's Twitter account and YouTube channel were both hacked by someone supporting the terror group.
The "Cyber Caliphate," as it calls itself, sent out several tweets from the Central Command Twitter account threatening American soldiers and their families, publishing personal information and releasing what it claims are plans from the Pentagon on North Korea and China. (Video via YouTube / U.S. Central Command, ISIS)
The hackers also put out a video with ISIS propaganda on CentCom's YouTube channel.