Ira Winkler and Araceli Treu Gomes

ISIS uses U.S. hosting services to avoid intelligence agencies

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Credit: REUTERS/Stringer

In the first segment of The Irari Report interview with WauchulaGhost, spokesperson of the hacktivist group GhostSec, and former spokesperson for GhostSecurityGroup.com which has been taking down ISIS operations and actually credited with stopping terrorist attacks, Ira Winkler and Araceli Treu Gomes learn that ISIS has purposefully been using Google and Amazon Web Services to avoid US and international intelligence agencies.

In a great irony, ISIS relies upon US privacy and criminal law to attempt to avoid intelligence services and the GhostSecurityGroup hacking group. Additionally, GhostSecurityGroup has bypassed CloudFlare services to determine the actual website that they need to attack to takedown the actual website.

Watch firsthand to hear how GhostSecurityGroup is actively targeting ISIS to gather intelligence and takedown ongoing ISIS operations.

Ira Winkler and Araceli Treu Gomes can be contacted through their websites at www.securementem.com and www.irarireport.com

This story, "ISIS uses U.S. hosting services to avoid intelligence agencies" was originally published by CSO.

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