Hacker Group Begins Release Of Alleged KKK Members Emails, Phone Numbers
After threats surfaced last week from hacker group Anonymous, the phone numbers and email addresses of at least 40 alleged KKK members were released online Sunday. Anonymous, a group of highly-secretive hackers, whose targets have included the CIA and even the Islamic State terrorist group, announced last week they planned to release the identities of at least 1,000 active members of the white supremacist group.
On Sunday, they began to make good on that promise. The group published to text-storing site Pastebin a list of over 20 email addresses and more than 40 phone numbers of allegedly active members of the KKK. The group’s cyber attacks typically are named, with this initiative dubbed, #OpKKK.
It seems that phone numbers of KKK members are on the internet. 😉 https://t.co/C54dX8dp7R— Anonymous (@GroupAnon) November 1, 2015Advertisement
UPDATE:We are ahead of schedule.
JOIN US: 10:00am (Central) Nov. 5 2015#OpKKK #HoodsOffhttps://t.co/2B1sGOER0q pic.twitter.com/ppxbTrNNsY — Operation KKK (@Operation_KKK) October 31, 2015