Home Ministry issues alert, asked users to remove 4 apps from Smartphone’s

Priyanka VartakUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 10:40 AM IST
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The Home Ministry has asked mobile users to immediately delete these four apps from their mobile phones to prevent fraud:

  • Top Gun (Game app)
  • Mpjunkie (Music app)
  • Bdjunkie (Video app)
  • Talking Frog (Entertainment app)

To prevent cyber fraud, home ministry has taken this step. According to Home Ministry, Pakistani agencies are infecting mobile phones in India with malware through these apps for espionage purpose.

There are also high chances of cyber fraud because of such apps when mobile banking is used on Smartphone’s, the Ministry said.

Malware is any software used to disrupt computer or mobile operations to gather any sensitive information or data. It can be infiltrate devices without the user’s consent. Also recently India expelled Pakistani High commission official after he was detained for spying.

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