After being kicked off WhatsApp, Telegram, and other messengers, terrorists are communicating with the help of a new and protected Android app. The new Android app is called “Alrawi”. The encoded chat app makes it difficult for governments and security organizations to scout on terrorist strategies. It was learnt by counter-terrorism network identified as the Ghost Security Group, which Fortune rumors had formerly highlighted ISIS communications over Telegram.
ISIS has Developed its Own Chat App “Alrawi”
Although evidently not as innovative in its security as WhatsApp or Telegram, it still guards manipulators from having their messages intercepted. Devoid of a trustworthy company behind Alrawi, there is no one to interdict ISIS from using it. Earlier, reports proposed that ISIS introduced an app that features news and videos showing executions and battlefield victories and broadcasts its agenda.
Alrawi cannot be downloaded from Google Play. As an alternative it must be installed from dappled dead ends of the Internet. This elevates the question of how faraway itinerant podiums are eager to go to combat terrorism. Governments are assertive for entrances through encryption, but maybe there is an alternative way to keep people innocuous without violating secrecy for each person.
Apple and Google might effortlessly boost apps used to unify violence out of their authorized app stores. But whether they would be enthusiastic to build more obstacles to usage straight into their mobile operating systems still remains a question.