ISIS-tied group posts kill list of N.J. Transit police

By Cheryl Chumley

An ISIS-tied group hacked into the New Jersey Transit police website and published a kill list.
An ISIS-tied group hacked into the New Jersey Transit police website and published a kill list.

A group with ties to ISIS, the Caliphate Cyber Army, hacked into the New Jersey Transit police website and published personal information on officers and employees, ultimately pressing terror supporters to carry out “lone wolf” attacks against them.

CCA released information on 55 officers in early March, Newsweek reported.

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The published information included personal details about the officers, including their home addresses, telephone numbers, names and ranks, the news outlet reported.

The list, which was initially posted on the CCA’s Twitter account, has since been deleted, but another list with the same information was tweeted out just this week, NBC 4 New York reported.

NJ Transit spokesperson Lisa Torbic assured its system wasn’t compromised, but acknowledged “some information was breached from an outside vendor,” NBC 4 New York reported.

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“The New Jersey Transit Police Department is working with the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI on this matter,” she said.

 

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