The past three classes focused on methods of server encryption, most likely for the use of RATs, as the courses’ content suggests. Though the organization stated its allegiance to al-Qaeda, its contents are branded with the ISIS flag. The material’s publication online matches a series of attacks by ISIS affiliated hackers against US military targets.
For the past months a public discussion is being led by DAP (Democratic Action Party) concerning the management of 1MDB, a strategic development company wholly owned by the government of Malaysia.
Facing financial distress, the Jihadi group turns to the Dark web to ask for money that would be used for training Islamic youth to struggle against the enemies of Islam. The group’s uses a Bitcoin account to gather money. This is yet another indication that global Jihad, having been exiled from social media, now searches the services of the extremely anonymous network.