A Silicon Valley firm is helping ISIS bolster speeding up and improving their online security, Anonymous have claimed.
The hacktivists, who have targeted the terrorist group’s internet activity in response to the attacks in Paris, have accused CloudFlare of protecting pro-militant websites.
The startup provides services to around four million customers that speeds up website loading times and helps defend against cyber attacks.
They stop so-called Denial of Service Attacks – where websites are overrun with traffic so they are forced to shut down – by routing connections through its own network.
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Browsing Privacy: (Daily Mail) – Anonymous accuses Silicon Valley firm of helping ISIS by protecting their websites from cyber attacks
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