The aim is to keep Beijing abreast of any loopholes within the country’s mobile apps, connected cars and other internet products that could be exploited by cybercriminals. Photo: Shutterstock
The aim is to keep Beijing abreast of any loopholes within the country’s mobile apps, connected cars and other internet products that could be exploited by cybercriminals. Photo: Shutterstock

Beijing launches websites for reporting cybersecurity vulnerabilities in systems, apps and smart cars

  • Aim is to keep Beijing abreast of loopholes within country’s mobile apps, connected cars and other internet products that could be exploited by cybercriminals
  • Though mainly aimed at industry professionals such as app developers, everyday users can also make reports on the four platforms

The aim is to keep Beijing abreast of any loopholes within the country’s mobile apps, connected cars and other internet products that could be exploited by cybercriminals. Photo: Shutterstock
The aim is to keep Beijing abreast of any loopholes within the country’s mobile apps, connected cars and other internet products that could be exploited by cybercriminals. Photo: Shutterstock
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