Islamic State (Isis) has set its sights on US air force bases in South Korea, according to the country’s intelligence agency. The extremist group’s hacking arm, the United Cyber Caliphate, has collected information on 77 US and Nato air bases across the globe, including South Korea and is calling for its supporters to attack them.
South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) said the Isis is using Telegram – the encrypted messaging service – to release information on US air bases, including the Osan Air Base. The released data includes addresses and Google Maps coordinates. The terror group has also released personal information of several individuals in over 20 countries, one of whom is an employee of a South Korean welfare organisation. According to the NIS, the individual is now under protection,CNN reported.
Original Source: International Business Times
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