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Their browser pretends to be Onion Browser, the most “official” ToR browser for iOS. Trickery isn’t a good sign. And anyone mimicking a ToR service should at least be providing open source software. And this app looks like nonsense. It’s probably just an engine to gather information, whether or not it also does what it says. Someone also said that developers with “nifty“ in their name are always a government employee. I don’t see such a name anywhere, so they probably changed it to this much more legitimate looking name. Lol. Idk about ”nifty” being the government, but changing from one stupid name to another is another red flag. Someone’s definitely putting $10/hour level effort into tricking users for some reason.
I guess it’s true