U.S. Central Command Twitter, YouTube accounts hacked, by ISIS representatives

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WASHINGTON -- The Twitter and YouTube accounts of the military's U.S. Central Command was hacked Monday by people claiming to be working on behalf of the Islamic State militants, according to the Associated Press.

The Twitter account was taken over and many of the tweets included the hashtag:  #CyberCaliphate.

This was after a warning Monday morning where threats specifically named the United States, France, Australia and Canada as targets.

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A tweet read "ISIS is already here, we are in your PCs, in each military base."

Other tweets claimed to include images of spreadsheets of private information of american soldiers and other officials.

The account has since be suspended and no one else can view or access the account.

Before it was disabled the pictures were changed to this black picture below.

It says "i love you isis."

(Photo: @CENTCOM Twitter)

(Photo: @CENTCOM Twitter)

References were also made to Allah and a Cyber Jihad, as shown in the screenshot of a tweet below.


The US Central Command YouTube was also hacked and then disabled, now there is only a message that reads: "This account has been terminated due to repeated or severe violations of out community guidelines.

Again, before it was disabled this same profile picture as the twitter account was changed to the CyberCaliphate black image.

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