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+ - Apple's iOS Enterprise Deployment Policy Used to Spread Fake, Pirated Apps->

Submitted by hypnosec
hypnosec (2231454) writes "A new loophole in Apple’s iOS enterprise deployment procedures is being targeted to install pirated apps on non-jailbroken iPhones it has been revealed. According to reports there have been instances wherein pirated apps were found on iOS devices over the last few weeks and these apps are appearing on devices that are not even jailbroken through some Chinese app store like services. Such a development puts enterprise users at the risk of rouge installations that may eventually lead to disclosure of private and confidential information."
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Apple's iOS Enterprise Deployment Policy Used to Spread Fake, Pirated Apps

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