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The journalist "unravels" the SKY ECC application: How the crime bosses were camouflaged

The journalist "unravels" the SKY ECC application: How the crime

Journalist Dorjana Bezat has broken down the SKY ECC application with which the elements of crime communicated.

Invited to "Top Story", the journalist said that there was a code called "panic code" that was activated in the application and served in cases when they felt in danger. 

She added that each of them had a personal code with which they entered the application, as she also showed the code used by prosecutor Xhevahir Lita.

"Sky operated with a code, you didn't have your name, you had a 6-digit code, a mix between capital letters and numbers of underworld figures who are wanted or who have been arrested. The first code which is MHSE7L belongs to former prosecutor Xhefahir Lita and so on. That is the person's code. There was a Sky app that if you panicked about being tracked by the police you entered a panic code and all your chats were deleted.

Inside the app was an alternative called a panic code, where if you clicked on this code and entered a code of your own that you solved, all communications you had made on the Sky network were erased and irreversible. There were also alternatives that the messages for a period of time that the user thought were deleted, on the mobile phone they were not, but on the server they were" , said Bezat.

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