“These sites reside on commercial, non-Defense Department servers and both sites have been temporarily taken offline while we look into the incident further. CENTCOM’s operational military networks were not compromised and there was no operational impact to U.S. Central Command”, was specified later in a press release. Some pro-ISIS messages ( like “i love uou isis”) were posted by the unknown hackers. CENTCOM’s banner and profile images were replaced with images from the “CyberCaliphate.” The hackers even claimed to have broken into U.S. military computers and extracted information about service members and their families but this fact was not confirmed. Defense officials said that none of the information posted was classified. They said that wasn’t a security threat. The incident will be further investigated.