Isis hackers threaten to leak secret British military information

A group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division has threatened to leak secret intelligence.

FILE: An Islamic State group (IS) flag and banner in Iraq. Picture: AFP.

LONDON - British military chiefs are on alert after Islamic State computer hackers claimed to have accessed the details of personnel directing attacks on its fighters from the air.

Several British Isis terrorists, including the murderer known as Jihadi John, have been killed in drone strikes, while RAF air strikes have killed nearly a thousand terrorists in Iraq and Syria in the last 18 months.

A group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division has threatened to leak "secret intelligence" they claim to have obtained from a mole at the Ministry of Defence.

In an anti-drone warfare document they claim they are slowly "infiltrating" the UK and America and it's reported they intend to make public the identities and addresses of those operating the drones opening them up to attack.

However, although the threat is being taken seriously the details of US military personnel already released appears to have been put together from publicly-accessible sources like social media, rather than obtained through a hack or leak.