Iranian military using iTunes and Play Store apps to spy on millions in the West

Iranian military using iTunes and Play Store apps to spy on millions in the West

Iranian military using iTunes and Play Store apps to spy on millions in the West

The Iranian military has developed several apps that contain sophisticated spying tools and are available on the App Store, Google Play Store and Github, allege critics of the country's Islamic regime.

The Iranian military is developing and using advanced spying tools to carry out active surveillance on critics as well as foreign nations that are not in friendly terms with the Islamic regime.

In a report accessed by Daily Star Online, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, which carries out regular protests and rallies against the government, has detailed out how the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard is injecting advanced spying tools into apps and carrying out surveillance on millions of Iranians and people in Western countries.

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