A hacker associated with Anonymous has gained control of what had been pro-ISIS Twitter accounts, according to NBC News.
The hacker, who goes by the name WauchulaGhost, took control of the accounts and flooded them with gay porn and rainbow flags and sent fake “coming out” tweets after suggestions that the mass shooting in Orlando was inspired by ISIS.
"These attacks are getting too close to home," the hacker, who didn't share any identifying information, told NBC News in an email interview. "Social media isn't doing enough to keep this virus off the internet. It was just a little something to let all know there are people here willing to stand up and defend those who can not."
WauchulaGhost told NBC News that it takes about 60 seconds to hack into a Twitter account.