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The Indian Army has cautioned WhatsApp clients to remain alarm on the online networking stage as the Army asserted that Chinese hackers are focusing on Indian clients to separate individual information. 



Indian Army on Sunday discharged a video on microblogging webpage Twitter, asking individuals to utilize Whatsapp securely. 

"Stay cautious, stay alert, stay safe! The Chinese were penetrating the digital world," tweeted Indian Army’s official handle, the Additional Directorate General of Public Interface (ADGPI). 




“Chinese are using many platforms to penetrate your digital world. WhatsApp groups are a new way of hacking into your system. Chinese numbers barge into your groups and start extracting all the data,” the video tweet by the ADGPI said. 

The Army prompted clients to be watchful and solicited them to lead customary reviews from their gatherings to check whether any number beginning with +86 had joined a gathering. 

Armed force likewise cautioned portable clients to remain additional wary while changing their versatile numbers. 

“In case you change the SIM, destroy it completely,” the Army said. 

"The information mined from such groups was being leaked to Chinese hackers," it added. 

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