Operations Security guide favored by ISIS recommends using Apple's iMessage for communications

After last week's terror attack in Paris, there was speculation that ISIS used the Sony Playstation console as an encrypted communications tool. Conflicting reports said that the terrorists employed cellphones and would text messages to each other without bothering to encrypt it. Either way, authorities were unable to prevent the attacks from happening...
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100. engineer-1701d unregistered

No word from Apple just like no word from Apple on all of those iPad pros that are failing when charging you should watch the Apple byte on CNET you talked about it exclusively being a problem multiple times he's had to do a hard reboot that's sad for a device that cost that much money

107. surfboarder

Posts: 168; Member since: Nov 17, 2015

All the Apple fanboys already crying in line at the Apple Store Genius Bar already... LMFWAO!!!!

87. roscuthiii

Posts: 2383; Member since: Jul 18, 2010

A testament to Apple's security protocols for sure... But, I wouldn't believe for one second there's not a backdoor to iMessage available to them if they really wanted in.

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