Terrorist Technology: The NSA & “Asrar Al­Ghurabaa’“

The new service was an NSA front and was to be found at asrar006.com. It allowed the input of text which was then encrypted or decrypted, as required. Simply put, rather like the google translate service it applied the required encryption keys to inputted text strings resulting in a “translation”.

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In late 2013, following on from the general panic surrounding the reliability of previously trusted technologies – as a direct result of the revelations made by Snowden and Greenwald – ISIS “declared” that they had launched a new encryption service called Asrar Al­ Ghurabaa’.

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It was described as being the first website for secure communications. A forum used by jihadists called Shabakat Al Iraq Wal Sham announced the launch. The announcement declared that the new resource for jihadis would be a rival to Asrar AlMujahideen (Mujahedeen Secrets which was launched circa 2007).

The new service was an NSA front and was to be found at asrar006.com. It allowed the input of text which was then encrypted or decrypted, as required. Simply put, rather like the google translate service it applied the required encryption keys to inputted text strings resulting in a “translation”.

It did not allow for message transmission but was more “accurate, secure, and user friendly than Asrar Al­Mujahideen” according…

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