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Apple’s App Store has been compromised and millions of affected iPad and iPhone users are at risk. A vulnerability named XcodeGhost has been reported which functions by adding malicious code to mobile applications that have been built with an infected version of Xcode – Apple’s development environment for iOS.
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Following our blogpost last week about Brute Force vulnerabilitythat affects over 600 million smartphones, we asked IT Security Researcher, Francesco Stillavato, about his thoughts on common security mistakes that mobile application developers make and how to fix them.
Security is a very important feature and should not be taken for granted when developing mobile apps.
A research revealed that over 600 millions smartphone users have their mobiles at risk due to the mobile apps allowing UNLIMITED number of login attempts. AppBugs, a mobile security firm, tested 100 of the most popular Android and iOS applications that support password protected accounts – with each app registering at least one million downloads.