Is Internet the safest way for Terrorist?

December 7, 2008 3:47am CST
I have heard from many news channels and reports that terrorist easily use internet as a source of information..actually i saw a instance where a terrorist types a mail and saves it in one part of the world and another terrorist actually opens the same mail i.d. and reads the mail and deletes the mail..since its difficult to eget into everyone's mail box for the intelligence agencies the terrorist are using this do you think that internet is the safest way for terrorist?
2 responses
@loxion (1551)
• India
7 Dec 08
Well i think anyone who want to do some malicious or run malicious business then the net might be one of their highest advantage. And i think with almost every kind of information available on the net then most would learn new tricks and how to better their malicious activities. Like you said i think sharing accessibility to messages is one of their safest communication methods because then no one can access you mails unless they know your log-in details. But is so sad because the internet is so huge and broad that is sometimes impossible for even the intelligence to catch this people
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
7 Dec 08
Fast communication can be carried out using the Internet but it is not the safest way for terrorists. Any email sent from a computer has a unique identification label on it. Even if we delete the email, it can still be traced. I read somewhere that at least one security organisation filters all emails. Any email containing certain keywords or phrases would be intercepted and copied before being released back into the queue. This means there is no necessity to ban suspected terrorists. In fact it would make it easier for those in authority to check what the terrorists are planning to do. - rosdimy -