Hacking collective Anonymous has raised their digital fist on plenty occasions, promising swift online judgement to anyone they perceive as a threat to freedom.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been crosshairs as of late, but the group has now shifted their focus, going after terrorist group ISIS after the bombings in Brussels on Tuesday.
ISIS is no stranger to Anonymous, as the hacker group has digitally infiltrated the terrorist group online domains many times.
In a new video posted yesterday, the group renewed its commitment to go after the group, saying that they “will not rest as long as terrorists continue their actions around the world” – under the tag #OpBrussels.
As usual, the figure in the video is wearing the iconic V for Vendetta mask, and the speech has been produced with a simple text-to-speech generator.
“We will strike back against them. We will keep hacking their websites, shutting down their Twitter accounts, and stealing their bitcoins. We defend the rights of freedom and tolerance. To the supporters of Daesh: we will track you down, we will find you, we are everywhere and we are more than you can imagine. Be afraid,” it said.
The group, who claims to be leaderless, has waged a number of campaigns against various entities in the past, all with varying degrees of success. Trump’s campaign, as an example, sparked plenty of complaints and harsh comments on YouTube. The information that it supposedly released on Trump was also easy accessible online through some carefully digging.
In any case, you can watch the video below: