On the temporarily captured lands, the occupiers demand that all teachers, schoolchildren and their parents install the Sferum messenger, which was developed by the FSB to control their own population.
Officially, “Sferum” is a messenger that is promoted by the Ministry of Education and Science of the terrorist country. By design it is intended to be used for communication between teachers, students and parents.
However, this software is developed by structures related to the FSB and can spy on the owner of the phone, including transmitting data about the owner’s contacts, calls, movements and searches.
The National Resistance Center recommends that TOT residents install this software only on a separate, non-primary phone, or ignore the installation of the malicious application.