Cyber-jihadi stored his secrets in USB sticks disguised as cufflinks

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  A cyber-jihadi who stored his secrets on James Bond-style USB sticks disguised as cufflinks is facing jail today (Mon) after admitting being an Islamic State terrorist. Samata Ullah, 34, used the secure messaging app Telegram to offer his services to the ‘Cyber Caliphate Army’, a group prosecutors claim specialise in ‘hacking and writing death writs’. When police raided his home in Cardiff on 22 September last year, officers discovered a ‘large number’ of media devices including 30 tiny USB…

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