{Disarmed} Xiaomi neither censors nor violates data, its security is impeccable according to the BSI

Xiaomi neither censors nor violates data, its security is impeccable according to the BSI

Xiaomi and its smartphones have been in the eye of the hurricane in recent years because of the security that they are capable of providing to the user. In fact, this commotion began back in 2022 when Forbes issued a comprehensive report according to which it had been detected that the native browsers of Xiaomi devices constantly collected user information , even when they were used with the "incognito mode" .

After several of these events and as we can read through Xiaomi Global's own official blog, the Asian firm received a notification on January 13 from the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) , in the which specifies that no transfer of filter lists specified in previous reports could be detected, so Xiaomi would be a completely safe company in this regard.

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According to the BSI, Xiaomi does not pose a threat to the security of user data

After several months of tests and investigations, the BSI found no security gaps or any type of censorship function built into the Chinese manufacturer's mobile devices. In fact, the BSI spokesman himself has been in charge of denying the accusations made against Xiaomi in this area, and has detailed that no type of anomaly has been detected that requires further investigation or the taking of other measures.

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This clashes head-on with the accusations launched by the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense last September, where users were recommended to avoid buying smart devices from China or even encouraged their citizens to get rid of the equipment they had already bought. that different built-in censorship functions had been detected in Xiaomi smartphones, as well as a consumer security vulnerability in some phones manufactured by the Chinese manufacturer Huawei .

In fact, it was Xiaomi itself that admitted at the time that it was using its own software to protect users from certain types of sensitive content and even called this procedure "an industry standard measure".

This is a Mi Store in Lithuania, a country in which Xiaomi was considered a dangerous brand for a couple of days
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This is a Mi Store in Lithuania, a country in which Xiaomi was considered a dangerous brand for a couple of days

Therefore, it seems that, according to the German Federal Office for Information Security, Xiaomi would be a completely safe company when it comes to user privacy after its last report published on January 13, so everyone Those of us who use these products on a day-to-day basis seem to be able to rest easy in this regard , although we will have to remain vigilant for any additional information that may arise in this regard.

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