Isis News India: This encrypted application is helping members ISIS in India to communicate

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Isis News India: This encrypted application is helping members ISIS in India to communicate

A group of suspected terrorists in India says is inspired by Islamic State wanted to emulate the United States Whistleblower Edward Snowden and using communication tools encrypted signal to keep in touch, it was revealed during interrogation by the National Research Agency (NIA).

Snowden, who is known to have used the encrypted communication regularly, based on the application of signals to communicate with their contacts after leaving the US with classified information relating to global monitoring programs of the National Security Agency.

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NIA, which is investigating the spread of SI in India, has been found to handlers based in Syria using technology similar to communicate coding, authorities said. One of them is a member of India, Abu Anas, even given the task of developing a secret communication application in signal lines, they said. Members are also have been known to use another encrypted chat program called telegram.

"I've discovered through signal open as the other chat applications such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram easily were being monitored by security agencies code. The signal is not the responsibility of oversight of security agencies," Anas told interrogators, an official said.

Isis News India: This encrypted application is helping members ISIS in India to communicate

Anas, who has a master's degree in computer application, was arrested in Hyderabad in January.

It should be noted that the signal is available for free download in app stores and that the latest version of WhatsApp encrypt conversations.

The group is, he had other computer experts, was given the responsibility for its Mumbai-based chief Shaikh Mudabbir to develop "Java software for mobile Android security where they can speak in secret," the official said.

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Anas, who is believed to head the group according to the NIA, also plans to join IS in Syria and had applied for a tourist visa to Japan, where he wanted to fly to Turkey. "He was of the view that the visa process is easier in Japan," said an official who questioned Anas.

Research has revealed so far that former Indian Shafi Armar mujahideen commander, who hails from Bhatkal in Karnataka and left the country in 2008, is the brain behind the creation of the module is in India. He is believed to be operating from Syria and pledged his allegiance to is the boss, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry has ordered transfer of a probe in another case involving NIA-IS. The first report of the information initially was being investigated by the special cell of the Delhi police, who had also arrested five people in Haridwar.

The Interior Ministry believes that the conspiracy in all these cases is common and linked to higher module being investigated by the NIA. The agency has arrested 19 people in a nationwide campaign to create a module inspiration is in India.

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