Hacker hunts down online jihadists

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A mysterious hacker makes for months successfully hunt for Islamist websites. He calls himself the "Joker", and hardly a website to spread their propaganda on the radical Islamists, is safe from him. Fearing revenge, the man will not give his name or otherwise disclose any of his identity.

The most prominent victims of the hackers are the Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi and the Taliban. On 14 June this year, attacked the "Joker" for the umpteenth time, the official Taliban website.

"Power off for 30 minutes, because the online inciting young Muslims to violent jihad", the sentence of the hacker, who brags about his success with Twitter. End of February announced the "Joker" that he had hacked the website of Libyan leader Gaddafi and off for an hour. The reason for this is Gaddafi's "call for jihad against Switzerland," wrote the hacker.

To put the representative of the online jihad out of action, uses the "Joker" a specially created software. It allows the jihadist Internet platforms to collapse within a few minutes and switches off. How long to stay offline, the terrorist side, decides the "Joker" himself

more story: http://www.welt.de/politik/article8236634/Hacker-macht-Jagd-auf-Online-Dschihadisten.html [German]

Are their partiots in our country to hunt down such terrorists and enemy calls???
 

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