The recent annual meeting of the Directors General of Police (DGPs) was told that this anonymous platform was probably developed by the ISI for communication between terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) cadres and their handlers. The access to platform is restricted to those who have been allotted a login and password, according to officials familiar with the developments.
“There are software available to develop private and exclusive VoIP service. It is quite possible that the ISI may have tweaked the software to suit its requirements. Such kind of service is always distributed on many servers and kept anonymous. Usually security layers of VPN or virtual private network and proxy tunnels are used as an additional security,” says Dhruv Soi, director of Torrid Networks, a cyber security company.