January 19, 2008 1:54 AM PST

Jihadi software promises secure Web contacts

Updated version of Mujahideen Secrets encryption software issued by al-Qaida-linked group touted as communications tool for militants.

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Is C-Net "with the terrorists" now ?
So now C-Net gives the address of al Quaeda websites and entices all terrorists to use a new super secure cryptographic software ?

Oh, wait ... look at the whois info, the website is hosted in the US, and using the software is probably as safe as wearing a burka in a Republican meeting !

what a ridiculous entrapment attempt, are you in the business of news reporting or news fabrication ?
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Not, just, "entrapment"...
...I suspect, this sort of, clearly-intentional, sensational non-sense WILL be used (more, and more) to justify all manner of Government (and "private") Internet-tracking, monitoring, and control-schemes... just wait.

But, honestly, I actually feel that "C-Net" is probably just reporting what is being -fed- to it [C-Net] (...along with many other media-outlets), at this time. Thats the way propaganda works.
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You see not all the ideas of mine are perfect
Or are they.
God opresses nature. Whats a bit of blood spilt in pursuit of overcomming earth driven difficulties.
You say yes these people are on the side of opression.
the ink is black
the page is white

What prison i have access to the world hare and rule this zone.
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