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Mitron App Hacked, Unpatched Vulnerability

Indian Version of Tiktok, The Mitron App is in privacy concern. The application has gained quick popularity during the pandemic and also after the TikTok vs youtube battle. The application crossed over 1 million downloads on the play store. Recently a user discovered a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to compromise accounts and send a message without the user’s concern.

The Indian owned Mitron App Scripts are sold by a Pakistani Software Development Company Qboxus.

Yet, the current owner of the app is unknown as the developer email is not responding while the server is blank too regarding any contact information. The unpatched vulnerability can hack any Mitron Account. Not only this, There is no Privacy Policy and terms of services from the app developer.

By Exploiting the vulnerability of the application, a hacker could send a message on behalf of the victim which may lead to miscommunication. It was first reported by cybersecurity experts at Rahul Kankrale (Gadget 360). He also uploaded a video that is uploaded.

We highly recommend our readers to not install the app or if you have already installed then delete your account and uninstall it from your device.

How to hack any Mitron Profile in Seconds?

Scripts of Mitron App are just purchased for $34 which is the rebranded version of TicTic App.

What do you all think? Is privacy really a myth? Although we do not promote the usage of any application which hinders the user’s privacy. Stay Safe Stay Home

Khalid Khan

Khalid Khan is an Engineering Student with vast experience in Content Writing & Editing with numerous published articles and other writing work. He is always seeking to break new ground and share their knowledge.

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