OpParis Update


November 30, 2015 02:00 PM

Background

OpParis has faced a number of challenges since the launch of its operation. Organizations such as Anonymous have targeted non-ISIS accounts and any twitter account with Arabic writing by only assuming its association with ISIS.

Anonymous even claimed to have uncovered an ISIS plot to attack a WWE event in Atlanta, however, the FBI found no evidence of any threat.

OpParis published links to a Newblood package, which is available on Ghostbin.com.

This operation quickly deteriorated as Anonymous lacked the drive and skill to verify accounts before launching attacks. However, OpParis continues as members have moved to attacking "ISIS" websites with tools like SlowLoris and Tors Hammer.

Additional Information

For additional information regarding the threat, read the full Threat Alert.

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