According to a recent report by SourceDNA over 1,500 iOS apps have a security flaw which could leave your iPhone or iPad vulnerable.
Around 2 million people have apparently installed these vulnerable applications on your iPhone or iPad and some of the apps include Movies by Flixster with Rotten Tomatoes, the Alibabab.com mobile app and more.
You know there’s a security flaw hidden in over 100,000 iOS apps out of the 1.4 million total, but which ones are actually vulnerable? How would you find out?
SourceDNA is constantly scanning apps from the app stores, analyzing and indexing their binary code. This lets us search for apps by their behavior and the tools & libraries they were built with.
You can find out more details on these potentially vulnerable applications over at the Source DNA website.
Source Ars TechnicaFiled Under: Apple, Technology News