Oops! It appears that you have disabled your Javascript. In order for you to see this page as it is meant to appear, we ask that you please re-enable your Javascript!
    | | Contact: 8407908145 |
    Published On : Fri, Oct 24th, 2014

    Indian Air Forces Warns Against Using Xiomi Phones

    xiomiNagpur Today:

    Few months back, it has been huge demand for Xiomi phones which is also called as “Apple of China” and is purchased in Indian market rapidly.

    Indian Air Force (IAF) is reportedly warning against using the devices manufactured by the Chinese company.

    According to the report, the IAF has told its officers and their families not to use Xiaomi devices, citing security concerns. The IAF reportedly suggests that Xiaomi devices send data to an agency which reports to the ministry of information industry in China.

    According to the IAF, Xiaomi phones send back data to China on the basis of information obtained from the Indian Computer Response Team.

    However, Xiaomi had denied those claims and had said that as part of its cloud services, the phone might have been sending some data to its computing centres in China. Xiaomi has been accused of doing the same in Taiwan, and the government there is investigating the situation.

    Previously, even the Doctorate General of Military operations of the Indian army had issued a similar warning for a Chinese mobile app. The army reportedly claimed that the location sharing feature in the app was fraudulently transmitting data to China.

    Few months back, it has been huge demand for Xiomi phones which is also called as “Apple of China” and is purchased in Indian market rapidly.

    Indian Air Force (IAF) is reportedly warning against using the devices manufactured by the Chinese company.

    According to the report, the IAF has told its officers and their families not to use Xiaomi devices, citing security concerns. The IAF reportedly suggests that Xiaomi devices send data to an agency which reports to the ministry of information industry in China.

    According to the IAF, Xiaomi phones send back data to China on the basis of information obtained from the Indian Computer Response Team.

    However, Xiaomi had denied those claims and had said that as part of its cloud services, the phone might have been sending some data to its computing centres in China. Xiaomi has been accused of doing the same in Taiwan, and the government there is investigating the situation.

    Previously, even the Doctorate General of Military operations of the Indian army had issued a similar warning for a Chinese mobile app. The army reportedly claimed that the location sharing feature in the app was fraudulently transmitting data to China.

    Trending In Nagpur
    Stay Updated : Download Our App
    Mo. 8407908145