#BDS_Fail: Al-Qaeda using Israeli company for secure email
I don't know whether we should laugh or cry about this one. Al-Qaeda is using an Israeli company
for secure email services.
Al-Qaida’s media wing, Al-Sahab, has begun using an Israeli company in order to secure its communications.
Middle East Media Research Institute discovered that the group was
using Safemail, which according to its website “is owned and operated
by Secure Information Technologies Ltd., which is a privately owned
company registered in Israel and with offices in Israel, the UK and
The company describes itself as: “The most secure, easy to use
communication system. It includes encrypted mail system with
collaboration features and document storage functions.
accessible at any time from anywhere!” According to the MEMRI report,
released on April 25, “Al-Qaida’s Embrace Of Encryption Technology –
Part II: 2011-2014, And The Impact Of Edward Snowden,” the al-Qaida
media wing announced on April 9 that an open interview of Maulana Asim
Umar, the head of al-Qaida’s Shari’a Committee in Pakistan, would take
Questions would be received in Urdu, Arabic, English or
Pashto at either a Yahoo or Safe-mail email address, said the
Since 2007, the report said, al-Qaida began using
encryption technology in order to protect its communications from
breaches of its websites by Western government agencies.
the disclosures by former US intelligence computer professional,
Edward Snowden, Western governments have noticed that the group has
changed its communication methods.
You don't think Israel is tapping into that 'secure' email, do you? Heh.
Labels: al-Qaeda, BDS, Islamic terrorism, Israeli high tech