42 Android Apps That Are Suspected To Leak Personal Data From Your Cell Phones.
March 21, 2018 1:17pm CST
IIB(Indian Intelligence Bureau) has released a list of 42 Android Apps that are suspected to leak personal data from your phones to the neighboring rival Countries for spying and hacking purpose. Indian Intelligence Bureau has strictly addressed the Armed Forces to get rid of all these 42 apps from their phones and format their cellphones so that no traces of these phones are left behind. The list is huge and most of them are popular apps which we mostly use in our day to day use, I myself am getting rid of these apps to be on the safer side. List Of All Apps can be found on the below website:- Image Credit:- Pixabay.
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• Tripoli, Lebanon
You may find this post gets deleted as it constitutes "a list" - best to edit it, take out the list of apps, and include a link to wherever you found that list... Just paste in the URL on a line of its own, myLot will load in the detail and a thumbnail for you.
• Aurora, Missouri
I am glad you changed your discussion as per @pgntwo's suggestion, Nitin. I would rather not have any of your discussions deleted. I don't believe I've even heard of any of those apps. You are aware that ALL apps leak data unless you stop them, right?
Yeah that was really foolish of me listing all those 42 Apps in a row, @pgntwo was a savior had he not made it on time my post was history. I personally have no alternatives to prove that they really leak data but its the Country's Intelligence Bureau that has stated it publicly. They must have circumstantial evidence that proves that these Apps do leak personal data, but it was strictly advised to all those who are in the armed forces and have much confidential data in their cellphones which could be of target for these spy's. But I think innocent bystanders might also be targeted so its better to be careful as we also do have important banking details at times in our cellphones.
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