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United States government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant, Republican guv Jon Kasich targeted

Yahoo Daily News 27 Jun 2017
Authors of the website "Cryptosphere," which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a "pro-Islamic State hacker crew" and claim are based in Algeria.
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US government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant

Irish Independent 26 Jun 2017
... hackers were able to deface these websites," he said ... Authors of the website Cryptosphere, which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar attacks in recent years by Team System DZ, which they called a "pro-ISIS hacker crew" based in Algeria.
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Government sites hacked with pro-Islamic State message

Detroit news 26 Jun 2017
Authors of the website “Cryptosphere,” which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a “pro-ISIS hacker crew” and claim are based in Algeria.
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Government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant

DNA India 26 Jun 2017
Authors of the website "Cryptosphere," which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a "pro-ISIS hacker crew" and claim are based in Algeria.
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US government websites hacked with pro-Daesh rant

Arabnews 26 Jun 2017
Authors of the website “Cryptosphere,” which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a “pro-ISIS hacker crew” and claim are based in Algeria.
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Governor’s website hacked with pro-Islamic State rant

Star Advertiser 26 Jun 2017
Authors of the website “Cryptosphere,” which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a “pro-ISIS hacker crew” and claim are based in Algeria.
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Ohio government websites hacked with pro-Islamic State rant

Wilmington News Journal 26 Jun 2017
Authors of the website “Cryptosphere,” which tracks hackers worldwide, have detailed dozens, if not hundreds, of similar hacks in recent years by the so-called Team System DZ, which they called a “pro-ISIS hacker crew” and claim are based in Algeria.
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France under cyberattack

Al Jazeera 09 Apr 2015
Similarly, while the network's webpage is currently officially "under maintenance", it was briefly under the control of two hacker groups, one located in Algeria and the other in Iraq ... The last few months have seen the recurrence of cyber warfare with an official declaration of war from the well-known Anonymous hackers against ISIL propaganda tools.
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Meet the Algerian Hackers Who Say They're Attacking French Websites Over Charlie Hebdo>

Huffington Post 13 Jan 2015
When asked why a member of Anonymous Algeria was publishing images of a flag used by ISIS, JIGsaw said, "it's just a flag showing that the ... Another Algeria Anonymous hacker, Copres-dz, said that he does "not support any act of terrorism from anyone," including the Paris shooters.
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Moroccan hacker strikes Egyptian news site>

Gulf News 05 Jan 2015
Hacker says attack was in revenge for Egyptian ‘bias’ to Algeria against Moroccco> .
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Temple website hacking part of trend

Sun Sentinel 27 Oct 2014
The hackers appear to be based out of Algeria because "Dz" in the group's name alludes to the Internet domain designation for Algeria ... ADL applauds Facebook's response to the hacker group's effort to exploit its services ... have become a common target for hacker groups in the Arab and Muslim world.".
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>The Strange Story Of How Microsoft Seized A Big Chunk Of The Internet, Then Broke ...

Seattle Post 03 Jul 2014
There's a group of people at Microsoft who are like internet superheroes on a mission to protect the world from evil hackers ... lawsuit against two men who it believes are notorious hackers. Mohamed Benabdellah (who Microsoft believes lives in Algeria) and Naser Al Mutairi (believed to live in Kuwait).
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The Strange Story Of How Microsoft Seized A Big Chunk Of The Internet, Then Broke ...

San Francisco Chronicle 03 Jul 2014
There's a group of people at Microsoft who are like internet superheroes on a mission to protect the world from evil hackers ... lawsuit against two men who it believes are notorious hackers. Mohamed Benabdellah (who Microsoft believes lives in Algeria) and Naser Al Mutairi (believed to live in Kuwait).
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The Strange Story Of How Microsoft Seized A Big Chunk Of The Internet, Then Broke It

Business Insider 03 Jul 2014
There's a group of people at Microsoft who are like internet superheroes on a mission to protect the world from evil hackers ... lawsuit against two men who it believes are notorious hackers. Mohamed Benabdellah (who Microsoft believes lives in Algeria) and Naser Al Mutairi (believed to live in Kuwait).

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