Terrorist organizations in Pakistan and their bosses are getting attracted to new apps in the midst of a debate about privacy offered by WhatsApp and messaging apps, including Turkish companies. Officials said 3 new apps have been revealed by the evidence gathered after the encounter with the terrorists and the information given by the surrender militants on the process of radicalization by terrorists based in Pakistan. However, the names of these messaging apps were not given due to security reasons. One of these apps is from an American company while the other is operated by a European company. The latest third application has been developed by a Turkish company. These are being used by the bosses of terrorist organizations and their potential members in the Kashmir Valley.
The security officer said that the new apps work even when the speed is low or there is a 2G connection. It is noteworthy that the government had suspended internet services hereafter the withdrawal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in August 2019 and 2G service was restored after about a year. The use of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger by terrorist groups had almost ceased as the Internet was disrupted. Later it was revealed that they are using new apps that are available for free on the world wide web. This app has encryption and decoding directly in the device, so it has little chance of third-party interference and uses the app encryption algorithm RSA-2048, which is considered the most secure encryption platform. R.S.A. American Network Security and Certification Company were established in the year 1982.