Only the applications included in the 1,000 highest-income applications were reviewed.
Despite Apple’s efforts, a large number of brokerage applications are still available in the App Store. Washington post with He is curiousAbout how many people they have and how much money their manufacturers can make. To this end, the publication reviewed the store’s thousands of most revenue-generating apps, of which about 2% proved to be malicious scams.
Research has found that, for example, some applications falsely claim to be from Samsung and Amazon, proxy VPN services use false virus alerts to try to encourage mobile users to purchase paid software, and QR code readers charge customers $4.99 per week for the functionality that can be found Find it for free in the iOS camera folder.
The publication studied material losses and found that the fraudulent software contained in the 1,000 most profitable applications took out nearly 48 million U.S. dollars, or 13.7 billion HUF, from the pockets of mobilizers every year.
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