ISIS cyber jihadi who stored Islamist terror plots on James Bond-style USB cufflinks at the house he’d shared with his mother is jailed for eight years

A jihadi computer hacker from South Wales who stored military information on James Bond-style USB cufflinks has been jailed for eight years.

Samata Ullah, 34, created a ‘one-stop shop’ of information terrorists from his Cardiff bedroom, in a bid to help ISIS fighters around the world.

It can be revealed today that unemployed IT expert Ullah – a British citizen of Bangladeshi origin – was traced to his bedroom following the arrest of a contact in Kenya who was allegedly planning an anthrax attack.