The terrorist group ISIS has developed its new secure Android app after being kicked off of other communication apps like WhatsApp, Telegram and other messaging apps.
According to Tech Crunch, the encrypted app is called "Alrawi," and it makes it harder for governments and secret service agencies to spy on their conversations and terrorist plans.
This app was identified by a counter-terrorism network calls Ghost Security Group.
This new platform protects texts from being intercepted and since ISIS runs it, it can't be terminated. But, this app isn't easy to download, users would have to go through weird corners of the Internet to find it.
So, the big question is...what will be done not only by the government but also by companies like Apple and Google to stop this?