Pro-ISIS Hacking Group Defaces Websites, Disseminates Personal Information Of 15,000 Michigan State University Students, Realtors At U.S. Real Estate Group

December 15, 2017

On December 11, 2017, the pro-Islamic State (ISIS) hacking group Caliphate Cyber Ghosts (CCG) shared information about its latest hacking activity. The group circulated images showing a handful of defaced websites, including that of a D.C.-based non-profit and a U.K.-based group, on various pro-ISIS Telegram channels. Other posts give the personal information of realtors at an American real estate group, as well as a PDF file with the names and scheduled appointments of 15,000 students at a U.S. university.

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