Anonymous spokesman Alex Poucher told RT that, "Our capability to take down ISIS is a direct result of our collective's sophisticated hackers, data miners, and spies that we have all around the world. We have people very, very close to ISIS on the ground, which makes gathering intel about ISIS and related activities very easy for us."
Poucher said that the group's resources "might be better than any world government's tools to combat ISIS online."
"They picked a fight with Anonymous when they attacked Paris, and now they should expect us. We will not sit by and watch these terror attacks unfold around the world," he added.
It seems that ISIS may have underestimated anonymous, finding themselves with their media accounts disabled after calling the group "idiots" in a recent statement.