Telegram safe? Lets see15-08-2019
I love how Telegram works: fast, easy sends huge files. But what it takes from you? In return, app takes e v e r y t h i n g that you have - where are you now, data about loved ones, delves into your photos.
Who said it's safe? Why does the communicator need phones of friends?
In fact a secret connection is the name of my friend, which knows me and my friend, and encrypted wifi - thats all we need to talk safely.
Copied from Google Play:
This app (Telegram) has access to:
read the contents of your USB storage (oh, thats nice)
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage (fine)
precise location (GPS and network-based) (good for a sniper)
approximate location (network-based)
record audio (sure)
take pictures and videos (distant photographer)
read call log (history of my relationship with a lots of people)
directly call phone numbers (thats awesome)
read phone status and identity
read the contents of your USB storage
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
find accounts on the device
read your contacts (Putin loves that)
modify your contacts (why not?)
- Wi-Fi connection information
view Wi-Fi connections
- Device ID & call information
read phone status and identity (good for a color revolutions)
find accounts on the device (easy)
add or remove accounts (lovely)
read your own contact card (brilliant)
receive data from Internet (sure?)
read Google service configuration
pair with Bluetooth devices (oh, man)
toggle sync on and off
full network access (the beast)
change your audio settings (KGB technology)
run at startup (mornin, Sir)
view network connections (at last)
draw over other apps
prevent device from sleeping
read sync settings (cool)
create accounts and set passwords (ma-a-an)
control vibration (FSB Tech).
Delete it today.
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