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This could be a cautionary tale, phones not to get

Some of the articles sent through the Security Box I’ve not read, and may have kept them around for some reason or another. This one I’m referencing can probabbly be a cautionary tale of what not to get, as I don’t know if they’re even still available.

The article is titled Security audit raises severe warnings on Chinese smartphone models and it comes from Ars Technica.

It talks about a couple different Chinese-made phones, which may be sold by Amazon and Walmart. The article doesn’t link these phones because there are quite a lot of problems with them.

The biggest thing, is that these phones will take you to different app stores, replacing the Google play store. It also can redirect you to potentially dangerous malware, depending on what you search for. legitimate pieces of software you’re looking for.

While this may be late, you should always check out where software is gotten from, as you don’t know at least with these devices if changes were made.

The article has complete details on what to look for but doesn’t cover what to do about it mainly because there isn’t anything you can do.

If this is still ttrue, please make sure you’re staying safe and getting what you really want this Holiday season.


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This could be a cautionary tale, phones not to get was released on November 29, 2021 at 2:30 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: November 29, 2021.


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