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Modi government’s big decision on China to ban 59 Chinese apps including Tiktok


The government has banned 59 Chinese apps, including the popular Chinese app Tiktok. This is considered a matter of privacy protection from the Chinese app.

List Of 59 Chinese Apps Banned In India
List Of 59 Chinese Apps Banned In India



The government has banned 59 Chinese apps, including the popular Chinese app Tiktok. This is considered a matter of privacy protection from the Chinese app. Other popular apps that Ben has encountered besides Tiktok include 59 apps, including ShareChat, Hello, UC Browser, Like, and WeChat.


As per the order from the government, the government has banned 59 mobile apps that were biased for India’s sovereignty and integrity, India’s defense, state security, and public order.


Under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, the Ministry of Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking of Access to Information by Public) Rules 2009 enforcing the provisions of the Information Technology Act and 59 apps have been banned in view of the contingency nature of the threat.


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1. TikTok


2. Share


3. Kwai


4. UC Browser


5. Baidu map



6. Shein


7. Clash of Kings


8. DU battery saver


9. Hello


10. Likee


11. YouCam makeup


12. Mi Community


13. CM Browers


14. Virus Cleaner


15. APUS Browser


16. ROMWE


17. Club Factory


18. News dog


19. Beauty Plus


20. WeChat


21. UC News


22. QQ Mail


23. Weibo


24. Xender


25. QQ Music


26. QQ Newsfeed


27. Bigo Live


28. SelfieCity


29. Mail Master


30. Parallel Space 31. My Video Call – Xiaomi


32. sync


33. ES File Explorer


34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc


35. Meitu


36. Vigo Video


37. New Video Status


38. DU Recorder


39. Vault-Hide


40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio


41. DU Cleaner


42. DU Browser


43. Hago Play With New Friends


44. Cam Scanner


45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile


46. ​​Wonder Camera


47. Photo Wonder


48. QQ Player


49. We Meet


50. Sweet Selfie


51. Baidu Translate


52. Vmate


53. QQ International


54. QQ Security Center


55. QQ Launcher


56. U Video


57. V fly Status Video


58. Mobile Legends


59. DU Privacy


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List Of 59 Chinese Apps Banned In India
List Of 59 Chinese Apps Banned In India
List Of 59 Chinese Apps Banned In India
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Here is the complete list of the 52 Chinese apps that have been flagged by India’s intelligence officials:



These apps are sending data on a large scale outside India. The list of mobile applications sent to the government by the security agency includes applications like Zoom, TikiTalk, UC Browser, Xander, Share It, and CleanMaster.

List Of Popular 52 Chinese Apps In India
List Of Popular 52 Chinese Apps In India
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A senior central government official said the proposal, made by intelligence agencies, was also supported by the National Security Council, which believed the applications could pose a threat to India’s security.


In April this year, the Home Ministry advised the use of Zoom. The ministry issued the advisory on the proposal of the National Cyber ​​Security Agency Computer Emergency Response Team India (CERT-IN). The government is not the first country to ban the use of the Zoom app.


Earlier, Taiwan also banned government agencies from using the Zoom app. Germany and the United States have done the same. The company responded to the Home Ministry’s advice and said it was serious about protecting users.


Western security agencies have expressed similar concerns about hardware and software associated with China. One argument is also made that in a state of war, communication services could be damaged by them.

List Of Popular 59 Chinese Apps In India



TikTok

Vault-Hide

Vigo Video

Bigo Live

Weibo


WeChat

SHAREit

UC News

UC Browser

BeautyPlus


Xender

ClubFactory

Helo

LIKE

Kwai


ROMWE

SHEIN

NewsDog

Photo Wonder

APUS Browser


VivaVideo- QU Video Inc

Perfect Corp

CM Browser

Virus Cleaner (Hi Security Lab)

Mi Community

DU recorder


YouCam Makeup

My Store

360 Security

DU Battery Saver

DU Browser

DU Cleaner


DU Privacy

Clean Master – Cheetah CacheClear DU apps studio

Baidu Translate

Baidu Map

Wonder Camera

ES File Explorer


QQ International

QQ Launcher

QQ Security Centre

QQ Player

QQ Music


QQ Mail

QQ NewsFeed

WeSync

SelfieCity

Clash of Kings

Mail Master

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This recommendation of the Indian Intelligence Agencies was recently also supported by the National Security Council Secretariat. The NSC Secretariat believed the data transfer taking place through these apps to be potentially detrimental to India’s security. The attached risk to each of these apps is now under evaluation.

Chinese apps under the scanner

As per the report, the intelligence officials have found inputs on the Android and iOS versions of these apps having the potential to be used as spyware or other malicious ware. Many apps, either developed by Chinese or launched by companies with Chinese links, carry such potential, according to India’s intelligence 

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