United Cyber Caliphate ( UCC / Islamic State - ISIS)

The Cyber Caliphate is associated with the Islamic State (IS) as the group's hacking collective that will launch cyber hacking attacks against institutions viewed as opposing the IS or representing opposing values and political ideologies. There is no evidence to suggest that ISIS has officially established the Cyber Caliphate, though it seems that, like the public, ISIS supporters have adopted this group as an official structure without question. In reality, the Cyber Caliphate seems to be more notional than actual, a collective name used in a similar fashion to Anonymous, a virtual “expect us” from the supporters of the Islamic State.The existence of the Cyber Caliphate as an organised unit of ISIS remains unverified, with speculations that the group is representing an ad hoc group of individuals supporting ISIS. Junaid Hussain, an ISIS fighter from the UK that was imprisoned in 2012 for hacking personal information from the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is suspected of…

United Cyber Caliphate ( UCC / Islamic State - ISIS), also known as CyberCaliphate, Under Cyber Caliphate, UCC is an active group formed c. 2014.
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