Thursday, June 4, 2015


One big 'unlike', from the USAF;
A selfie posted by a 'moron' member of the so-called Islamic State terror group resulted in the destruction of a headquarters building in Syria by the US Air Force, it has been reported.
USAF General Hawk Carlise told specialist website that specialists in Florida monitoring IS social media traffic this week were able to use information gleaned from the metadata in the militant's photo into a successful air strike less than 24 hours after it was posted.

1 comment:

  1. A successful way to spread a computer virus is to leave USB thumb drives around near the target companies. Employees pick them up and have an uncontrollable urge to insert them into their company computers to see what is on them. The special USB drives immediately insert the virus.

    The USAF should drop cell phones around the ISIS command areas. Either the phones would be used or they would raise doubt about the security of the other cell phones in use.

    They also could have exploding batteries. We would have every ISIS jihadi taking apart his phone and battery, wondering.