- Data from Indian users stealing China’s Alibaba company: sources
- Stolen data from 72 servers based on Alibaba’s cloud data server
- Alibaba offers services at much cheaper rates than European servers.
Chinese technology group Alibaba is allegedly stealing data from Indian users and sending it to China. According to News-18 news, information has been received from top intelligence sources that the data of Indian users is being sent to China from 72 servers based on the cloud data server of Chinese company Alibaba.
According to officials, Alibaba’s cloud data servers are quite popular as they provide services at much cheaper rates than European servers. According to sources associated with the agency, 72 servers to be operated by the Alibaba company have been identified. It is reportedly a systematic plan created by the Chinese authorities.
This is how the whole game goes
According to intelligence sources, these data servers lure more facilities at a much lower cost, with features such as free trial periods to trap institutions. After this, when all the sensitive data comes to them, then they send this data to China.
Action will start soon!
Intelligence officials in the matter said that a ‘large-scale investigation’ could begin soon on China’s cyber espionage. Let us tell you that India has banned 224 mobile apps so far, posing a threat to the security of the country and privacy of the people. These included many popular apps like TicTock, UC Browser, WeChat, PUBG.