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High-risk vulnerabilities found in 1/3 of iOS apps, nearly half of Android apps

June 21, 2019

Expert testing of iOS and Android mobile applications shows that in most cases, insecure data storage is the most common security flaw in mobile apps.

Positive Technologies’ yearly report, Vulnerabilities and Threats in Mobile Applications 2019, found that critical vulnerabilities are slightly more common in Android applications, compared to their iOS counterparts (43% vs. 38%). The experts categorize this difference as minimal: the security level of mobile apps is roughly equivalent between the two platforms.

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