Toronto-born Canadian is mystery man behind ISIL's high-profile cyber attacks

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  1. shockedcanadian

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    Want to know what Canadian police are doing about National Security? Yeah, so do many Canadians...

    If they aren't manufacturing the threat themselves they don't catch them. TPS, OPP, CSIS and RCMP all dropped the ball once again on another threat. The RCMP need to be outsourced...

    Toronto-born Canadian is mystery man behind ISIL’s high-profile cyber attacks

    An Islamic State-linked media outlet says a Canadian man was behind the terror group’s highest-profile cyber attacks, including the embarrassing takeover of the Twitter account of the U.S. military’s Central Command.

    The Canadian fighter, who is said to have been killed by a drone strike in Syria, also allegedly penetrated bank computers and used the “spoils” to fund their fighting and hacked the U.S. Department of Defense, airports, international media organizations and the accounts of “hundreds” of U.S. soldiers.

    Terrorism experts say the Arabic-language notice likely reveals a previously unknown Canadian convert who left Toronto to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in its ongoing war.

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