A cyber-attack on the U.S. military. Hackers claiming to represent ISIS targeted feeds from U.S. Central Command.
FOX News Radio's Steve Taylor reports:
The Pentagon's Central Command Twitter account and YouTube site briefly showed some posts claiming allegiance to the Islamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq... and threatening Americans in uniform. One tweet showed a picture of soldiers that could have been grabbed through a webcam in a military office... or, it could be a fake. That's one of the things not yet clear.
(Earnest): "We're still examining and investigating the extent of this incident."
White House spokesman Josh Earnest. The sites were taken down. A CENTCOM spokesman says so far it looks like no classified information was posted.
In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News Radio.
A cyber-attack on U.S. Central Command's Twitter feed.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the administration doesn't have many details yet, but they're looking into it.