Google Play Store deletes mobile application linked with Pakistan-based terrorist organization

New Delhi: A mobile app related to Pakistan-based and supported terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (Jaish-e-Mohammad) has been deleted from the Google Play Store. Google Play has taken this action after revealing the app in media reports. The app claimed to provide Islamic education, but it was trying to incite Muslim youth.

The 'Good Things' app was not directly linked to jaish, but its strings were linked to Jaish chief Maulana Masood Azhar (Maulana Masood Azhar). Developers of this app also created a blog page that was a hyperlink to the app's description page. Two external pages were also linked to the same page. It contained audio messages from Masood Azhar and recordings of his younger brother Abdul Rauf Asgar and his special Talha Saif. There were also several books written by Masood Azhar on one page.

Information Security Lab for Media Innefu Labs found that its servers are in Germany when they performed a technical analysis of the application. Tarun wig, co-founder of Innefu Labs, had informed that the app is connected to the server of Kontabo data in Germany.

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