This Is ISIS’ New Favorite App for Secret Messages

The terror group is pushing a new way to communicate quietly after the Paris attacks. It’s called Telegram.

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, ISIS is encouraging its followers to use a popular chat application that can make text messages effectively invisible to government spies.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Thanks Ed Snowden!
    You really did Westren Civ a huge favor.

  • Ron MacDonald

    I’m surprised there isn’t a back door, there usually is for security agencies.

    • Maneki-neko

      There may be telegram is closed/propriety, but financed by wealthy Russian.

      • Ron MacDonald

        Then FSB probably has a back door.

  • The Butterfly

    Why do they still have cell towers? Why are their iPhones not laced with plague?

    • Exile1981

      Why is isis territory still even connected to the telecomm network.

      • Maneki-neko

        Probably because it makes spying on them easier.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    According to news reports, they use Play Station 4s for secure communication.

  • FactsWillOut

    So, folk are actually swallowing the BS that we all need to have our communications surveilled in order to be secure. In fucking real.

    • Exile1981

      I think we should get out of spying on citizens just in case and go back to needing a warrant. Then destroy the links between islamic hell holes and the world communication network. Let them sit on their phones unable to send email or play angry birds.

  • Hard Little Machine

    This is bullshit and nonsense. The government IGNORES 99% of the threats they come across anyway. All they’re really concerned with is prying into ordinary citizens private affairs – the ‘soft’ targets as it were, of law enforcement.