Android, iPhone data leak- Oct. 7th

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A study of 57 of the most popular iPhone free applications, found that 67% were transmitting unique device identifiers (UDIDs) with remote servers.

What's especially problematic is in a significant portion of the cases, this transmission of UDIDs to remote servers, (owned either by application developers or their advertising partners) was also accompanied by transmissions of log in data for user accounts, giving access their private information.
LINK TO ARTICLE: http://www.research-live.com/news/analytics/first-android-now-iphone-apps-have-sprung-a-data-leak/4003760.article

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