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Chinese Hackers Spy Through WhatsApp and few aps, Indian Army Warns

India Data Spy The Chinese Use All Kinds Of Platform To Penetrate Your Digital World.Whats app groups are a new way of hacking into your system Chinese number +86 barge into your groups and start extracting all the data.Start Checking your Groups and do regular audits

all contacts in the groups should be saved by name.scrutinise unknown numbers constantly .if you change your mobile inform group admin to save your mobile no.

Destroy The SIM card if you change the number and delete the whatsapp on that number! Be alert be safe

Once again, Another Spy announces Indian intelligence agencies, along with the Indian Army, a list of Chinese apps that have been marked dangerous as they reportedly are either Chinese spyware of some other malicious ware.

According to the report, there are as many as  55 iOS/Android apps made by Chinese developers or have Chinese links which carry the potential of carrying out cyber-attacks against the country as they are said to be sending the user’s data back to the servers in China.

Here is the list of 25 Chinese apps which the agencies believe are Chinese spyware.

  1. Weibo
  2. WeChat
  3. SHAREit
  4. UC News
  5. BeautyPlus
  6. NewsDog
  7. Parallel Space
  8. APUS Browser
  9. Perfect Corp
  10. Virus Cleaner (Hi Security Lab)
  11. Mi Community
  12. DU recorder
  13. Vault-Hide
  14. YouCam Makeup
  15. Mi Store
  16. CacheClear DU apps studio
  17. DU Cleaner
  18. 360 Security
  19. DU Browser
  20. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile
  21. Baidu Map
  22. Wonder Camera
  23. ES File Explorer
  24. Photo Wonder
  25. QQ Launcher
Be alert, be cautious, stay safe. Indian Social Media encourages fair and systematic account. Hacking is on the horizon, for those who are inattentive. Always check your social media. Be careful about personal and group accounts, stay safe.

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