Did The Paris Attackers Use PGP and Encryption For The Attacks?
This article was posted on Thursday, 22:43, UTC.
CNN aired the opinion of an expert regarding the likelihood that Paris attackers used the dark net and PGP – that is, peer-to-peer communication – in order to coordinate the Paris attacks Friday of multiple targets, including a show of California band Eagles of Death Metal. The sites could be interpreted as symbolic. Symbols of western culture leisure and realization: a sports stadium, restaurants and a theatre where an American band played. That the attackers apparently acted in unison, in three separate teams, raised suspicions about dark net use to carry out the abhorrent and outrageous attacks. The attackers, well-armed…
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