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Islamite hackers steal US State Department employees' personal data

A group of hackers who support the Islamic State claimed that they got personal data of the US State Department employees.

According to Fox News, the hackers even published several screenshots and promised to "crush" the US.

A group of hackers known as United Cyber Caliphate made a statement, "your system failed to Tackling our attacks. Now we will Crush you again".

The hackers declared Friday that they got personal data of 18,000 employees of the Saudi Arabian security services. Before that analysts reported that a group connected with the IS published over 3,500 names of the New York residents labeled "Wanted to be killed."

As Pravda.Ru reported Anonymous group hackers got access to 5.5 thousand accounts of the IS fighters on Twitter. And promised to avenge the terror acts in Paris on 13 November on the IS.

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