A popular messaging app ToTok developed by Breej Holding, is reportedly working as a spy tool of United Arab Emirates to track the activities of those who download it. The app, which debuted only a few months ago, has been downloaded millions of times around the world.
The app is a mass surveillance tool, The Times reported, capable of monitoring every conversation, movement, relationship, appointment, sound and image of its users. The majority of the app’s users are in the Emirates but recently surged in popularity in the US.
A per report , Breej Holding, is a front for DarkMatter, an Abu Dhabi-based cyber intelligence and hacking firm that employs Emirati intelligence officials, former National Security Agency employees and former Israeli military intelligence operatives, The Times reported.
The app was recently removed from the Apple and Google app stores, but it’s still functional until users delete it from their device. Apple and Google representatives didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Breej Holding couldn’t be reached for comment.
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