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Security warning at British airports and nuclear facilities


It seems that the decision of America and Britain, two weeks ago, to ban the carrying of electronic devices in the cabin aircraft coming from some countries in the Middle East, did not come from a vacuum.

According to the newspaper "Telegraph" British, the British security services issued, in the past 24 hours, a series of alerts, warning that the terrorists have developed new ways to bypass security tests and safety at airports.

British authorities have called on airports and nuclear power plants to step up their actions against "possible terrorist attacks" and to address the growing threats of electronic security systems.

Intelligence agencies believe that the organization of the radical preacher in Iraq, Syria and other terrorist groups have developed ways to plant explosives in computers and mobile phones, which could escape security at the airport.

The Telegraph said the security authorities were concerned that terrorists might use new and sophisticated techniques to bypass screening devices at European and American airports.

Experts at the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been able to experiment with how to hide bombs inside battery parts of laptops in a way that also allows the computer to run through them.

There are also concerns that Hackers hackers are trying to bypass security measures for nuclear power plants.

Government officials have warned that foreign terrorists and spies are exploiting "weaknesses" in Internet systems for the nuclear industry.

British Energy Minister Jesse Norman said nuclear power plants must make sure they "are still able to cope with evolving cyber threats."

The al-Shabab terrorist group managed to hide a bomb in a laptop on an emergency flight in Mogadishu, killing only the terrorist bomber.

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