• Pirates hijack Apple's enterprise certificates to put hacked apps on iPhones

    7 days ago - By VentureBeat

    Software pirates have hijacked Apple's technology to distribute hacked versions of Spotify, Angry Birds, Pokemon Go, and other popular iPhone apps.
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  • Apple's Enterprise Developer Program Also Being Used to Distribute Hacked Apps

    Apple's Enterprise Developer Program Also Being Used to Distribute Hacked Apps

    8 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Misuse of Apple's enterprise developer program certificates continues to make news, with a new report from Reuters outlining how software pirates have been using the program to distribute hacked versions of popular apps like Minecraft, Pokemon Go, Spotify, Angry Birds, and more.
    Using so-called enterprise developer certificates, these pirate operations are providing modified versions of popular apps to consumers, enabling them to stream music without ads and to circumvent fees and rules in games, depriving Apple and legitimate app makers of revenue. The software pirates in turn make money...
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  • Apple continues enterprise certificate cleanup as distributors found sharing ad-free Spotify, more

    Apple continues enterprise certificate cleanup as distributors found sharing ad-free Spotify, more

    8 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    The barrage of applications taking advantage of Apple's enterprise certificate program continues today. Reuters reports that software distributors have been using the program to share modified versions of popular apps, such as an ad-free version of Spotify.
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