A man types on a computer keyboard in Warsaw in this February 28, 2013 illustration file picture. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Files

A Muslim hacking collective called Di5s3nSi0N has reportedly claimed responsibility for hacking into Islamic State’s official “news agency” Amaq. 
The group stated on its Twitter feed: “We the steadfast youth of ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jammah are back to break Daesh [Islamic State]”.
Amaq claimed in an email to supporters that it had improved security in response to recent cyber attacks and was able to handle “any kind of hack”,  but less than three hours later, Di5s3nSi0N sent an email to Amaq subscribers, saying it had hacked Amaq’s mailing list, according toThe Independent.
The claim was supported by a list of 1,784 subscribers’ email addresses, which The Independent said had been verified despite being partly redacted.
Di5s3nSi0N tweeted: “Amaq has fixed security and cannot be hacked!! #silencetheswords time”, accompanied by a graphic with the message: “Challenge Accepted”, followed by a tweet that said: “Challenge complete – too easy! 2,000 email subscribers hacked from Amaq… What is next??”
Di5s3nSi0N is one …