Anonymous makes good on Isis threat replacing websites with Viagra and Prozac ads

A hacker collective loosely associated with Anonymous is continuing its online war against Isis on the darknet.

A number of unlisted propaganda websites administrated by the terror group were defaced by GhostSec with ad redirections to Prozac and Viagra landing pages - as a result of the group reacting to the Isis-linked terror attacks in Paris, earlier this month.

The defaced page read: "Too Much ISIS. Enhance your calm. Too many people are into this ISIS-stuff. Please gaze upon this lovely ad so we can upgrade our infrastructure to give you ISIS content you all so desperately crave."

Those visiting the site were greeted with ads for CoinRX.com, an online pharmacy which accepts cryptocurrency such as bitcoins in exchange for over the counter drugs.

The site, available only on the darknet, was only accessible using the Tor browser.

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