CIA releases 321GB data file of Usama Bin Laden

The United States’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released 470,000 extra records recouped from Usama Bin Laden’s PC in the May 2011 strike on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The information recouped from these records is strong 321GB and, suddenly, contains numerous interesting and viral recordings.

Usama Bin Laden the previous leader of Al-Qaida was living in the compound in Abbottabad a slope station in Pakistan where he was in the end murdered by US Navy Seal Team Six on second May 2011. The information recuperated contains individual correspondence between Bin Laden and individuals from his family and other Al Qaeda leaders, and some are identified with Al Qaeda’s terrorist operation. The records in the PC incorporate 18,000 document reports, 10,000 videos, 79,000 pictures sound accounts.

Al-Qaida’s purposeful publicity and arranging reports, home recordings of Bin Laden’s child Hamza, and “drafts” of promulgation recordings. There is additionally a considerable measure of computerized garbage among the documents. There is no conviction that the substance recouped by CIA has no malware in it.