VLC Media Player Banned In India, The Cyber Attack Was Being Prepared Through VLC Player

VLC Media Player, a well-known media player, and streaming media server has been outlawed in India. The project called VideoLAN created it. Although it has been prohibited for about two months, the VLC media player has reportedly been outlawed in India, according to a report by MediaNama. However, if this program is present on your device, it must be functional. Neither the firm nor the Indian government has commented on this as of yet.

According to some accounts, VLC video player was prohibited in India because the Chinese hacker organization Cicada exploited the platform for their cyberattacks. Security specialists noticed Cicada was deploying a risky malware loader via the VLC video player a few months back. His campaign of cyberattacks included this.

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Cicada Was Using VLC Media Player For Hacking In India

The VLC media player has reportedly been outlawed in the nation, according to certain sources. This is because the hacker organization Cicada, which has support from China, utilized this site to practice cyberattacks. Security professionals found Cicada employing the VLC video player as a malware loader as part of a long-running hacking campaign a few months ago. Neither the corporation nor the Indian government has formally announced a ban on the media platform because this is only a soft prohibition. A snapshot of the VLC website was published by Gagandeep Sapra, a user on Twitter. Where it is stated that “The website has been blocked in accordance with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology’s directive under the IT Act, 2000.

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