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Mujahedeen Secrets 2 — newest version of encryption tools was released by Global Islamic Media Front. As ZDNet Australia informed, “Asrar Al-Mujahidin” or “Mujahedeen Secrets” contains also encrypted chat and forum supported instant messaging.
Second version of the tool brings some new features. As in release notes the authors stated, this is the program for secure multicast islamic network and contains all major encryption tools in small size.
It is no secret, that radicals and terrorists are using different approaches to get new members and supporters. One of them is also Web and radical websites and forums. Such websites provide content, that is intended to spread the ideas among visitors.
Creators of this content are mostly anonymous persons, but now the visitors have a possibility to place questions to real person, for some — their icon: Ayman al-Zawahiri, Guardian informed. Media arm of al-Qaida — Al-Sahab said, that Zawahiri would answer the questions as much as he is able.
It is well known to all of us — data theft or data loss is one of the nightmares. This year stories brought embarrassing incident in UK, 25 million people, their personal and bank details are at risk thanks two disks in mail. Given fact that UK has around 60 millions of citizens, more than every 3rd is affected by this.
Number is impressive, but it is not the only incident that happened this year. USA Today reported, that more than 162 millions of records has been stolen this year. When comparing to year 2006, when “only” more than 49.7 millions were stolen, this indicates clearly the aim of the attackers — private and business data.
Few weeks ago we informed about rise of Chinese cyberwarriors. Now, another attack against U.S. government’s nuclear weapons laboratories may have originated in China, NY Times informed. Attack was reported last week in confidential memorandum distributed to public and private security officials issued bu U.S. Department of
Memorandum included list of web and Internet addresses linked to locations in China. Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee disclosed, that classified informations were not compromised. Full extent of the intrusion is still under investigation.