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The Islamic State may be more technologically savvy than we thought.

A recent report shows that the terror group operates a 24-hour “help desk,” allowing terrorists to secretly communicate and stay informed.

Former FBI investigator Bill Daly told Gretchen Carlson that the militants are “bringing a level of sophistication” that is “chilling,” ranging from the use of encrypted messages in digital images to potentially terror plots on a Playstation.

“They’ve been encouraging people to join their cause from all over Europe, and all over around the world,” said Daly.

“Many of these people have advanced degrees,” some of whom could even be “technologists,” he added.

"They're taking people from the bright side, bringing them to the dark side."

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