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Anonymous recruits help to battle ISIS, posts 'how-to' guides... | The IB Times reports three guides as part of the OpParis campaign were posted on Anonymous' channels. They are a "NoobGuide" for people learning to hack, a "Reporter" guide for setting up a a Twitter bot to search Islamic State accounts and a "Searcher" guide for finding the extremist grkoup's wesbites.

Regarding its recruitment, Anonymous says people can help out at their leisure and invites everyone to get involved. "The more the merrier," a member of the group posted online, according to IB Times.

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