42 CHINA Apps Must Delete – Troops have been asked to Delete

42 china apps must delete troops told

The Indian intelligence agencies announced 42 apps of android and iOS both are spyware, Smartphones are reportedly sending the Indian’s user’s personal Data to China
by these 42 Apps of china.

 “As per reliable inputs, a number of Android / IOS apps developed by Chinese developers or having Chinese links are reportedly either spyware or other malicious ware. Use of these apps by our force personnel can be detrimental to data security having implications on the force and national security.

Indian Government has announced there is Spyware or malicious attack by the using of Chinese Apps.

In Depth : 

The indian governament has published the report to the agencies like “Indian armed forces Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and National Technical Research
Organisation (NTRO)” are not going to use 42 apps. If you already installed these apps immediately uninstall /  Simply Delete it.

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Ministry of Defence in India has issued a new order to the Indian armed forces(Troops) asking officers and all security personnel to remove, uninstall  if not Delete over 42 Chinese apps, including Xiaomi’s Mi Store, Mi Community, etc

Here the 42 Apps Listed

1.  Weibo
2.  WeChat
3.  SHAREit
4.  Truecaller
5.  UC News
6.  UC Browser
7.  BeautyPlus
8.  NewsDog
9.  VivaVideo- QU Video Inc
10. Parallel Space
11. APUS Browser
12. Perfect Corp
13. Virus Cleaner (Hi Security Lab)
14. CM Browser
15. Mi Community
16. DU recorder
17. Vault-Hide
18. YouCam Makeup
19. CacheClear DU apps studio
20. Mi Store
21. DU Battery Saver

 

22. DU Cleaner
23. DU Privacy
24. 360 Security
25. DU Browser
26. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile
27. Baidu Translate
28. Baidu Map
29. Wonder Camera
30. ES File Explorer
31. Photo Wonder
32. QQ International
33. QQ Music
34. QQ Mail
35. QQ Player
36. QQ NewsFeed
37. WeSync
38. QQ Security Centre
39. SelfieCity
40. Mail Master
41. Mi Video call-Xiaomi
42. QQ Launcher

TrueCaller App has issued a clarification on this statement

“In response to certain reports, we would like to clarify that we are a Sweden based company,” the app developer said.

“We are not sure why the app is on this list, but we’re investigating. Truecaller is not a malware, and all our features are permission based and are disabled by default.”

Article reported by ThePrint.in on Nov 28


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