NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Authorities say a group said to support the Islamic State militant group hacked the website of a popular Nashville music venue.
Multiple news outlets report the website for the Douglas Corner Cafe was hacked by Team System DZ, who posted a message reading “I am Muslim and I love jihad” Monday. The group has reportedly hacked dozens of websites across the country, flaunting messages in support of the Islamic State.
The FBI was made aware of the cyberattack and is warning business owners to secure their websites.
Authorities cannot say if the group is actually part of the Islamic State group.
Since January, the group has hacked the websites of the Autism Foundation of Tennessee and Stewart County’s government server.
The Douglas Corner Cafe’s website has since returned to normal.