NASHVILLE,Tenn. (WKRN) – A Tennessee non-profit’s website, based out of Nashville, has been hacked by a group supporting ISIS.
AutismTN.org had the website hacked by a group named “Team System Dz” over the weekend.
The group replaced the non-profit’s website with a mostly black home screen and a message that read, in part, “I am Muslim & I love jihad. I love ISIS.”
News 2 has learned the same organization responsible for the local incident, has hacked thousands of other web sites over the past year, including newspapers, football teams and many other non-profits.
News 2 contacted the FBI who is looking into the source of the hack.
Calls made by News 2 to the non-profit website were not immediately returned.
Video Journalist Jamey Tucker will have the complete story coming up at 6 p.m.