ISIS allies hack major US military twitter, YouTube, Google+ accounts

Sympathizers of the terrorist group ISIS appear to have just hacked the Twitter account of CENTCOM, a major geographical unit of the US military covering the Middle East.

And Michael Ditto just discovered that they also compromised the CENTCOM’s YouTube and Google+ accounts as well.

The hackers have changed the account’s photo, and are tweeting personnel lists.

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Someone else already noted that the documents they’re posting are hardly classified. Some, in fact, are simply from other public Web sites:

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Here’s CENTCOM’s YouTube account:

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And here’s Goggle+:

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Anonymous recently threatened to hack ISIS and other terror groups. Let’s hope they get on the ball.

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