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20 Years Old Developing New Linux OS For ISIS; FBI Captured

FBI has captured a 20-year young techie from Chicago for helping notorious group ISIS. The young guy identified as Thomas Osadzinski is a software tester currently studying Information Technology at DePaul University as part-time.

He has been allegedly charged for writing a python script for ISIS for social media channels so other ISIS members could re-post it on their accounts and create ISIS promotion more obvious to social media users.

Moreover, The young techie also agreed to build a lightweight Gentoo Linux distro for the notorious group ISIS also promised to undercover FBI in an online discussion that Osadzinski is developing a Linux Distro can run on any computer and will be lightweight, fast, and unharmed. Osadzinski also developing the Gentoo Linux distro on his own and publish project updates in an online discussion with FBI undercover.

The young guy also said that distro developed by him would available at only one social media platform, so it could harder for intelligence agencies like CIA, FBI to hack it.

Gentoo Linux is a binary software distribution, the source code is edited sectionally according to the user’s favorites and is often optimized for the distinct computer. It was created by Daniel Robbins and released on 26 July 2000.

According to FBI Thomas Osadzinski is studying Bachelor of Computer Science From DePaul University, as he knows the technical side of projects. He is expertise in Python, Information Systems, Applied Networks and Security, and more. He also worked for a security startup, Blackberry Cylance on contract for two months as a Software Tester.

Osadzinski can be sentenced up to 20 years in prison if he found guilty.

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