This brief post is a collection of links on the matter of sideloading iOS apps, the consequences and how to prevent it. Mostly via BrianMadden.com.
- Software pirates use Apple tech to put hacked apps on iPhones
- >> Between February 2016 and February 2017, 11% of enterprise iOS devices encountered a sideloaded app.
- > Wandera’s data shows that 6.8% of iOS devices connect to third-party app stores (opens in a new tab)” href=”https://www.brianmadden.com/opinion/Wandera-mobile-security-data-shows-locked-down-corporate-policies-help-lessen-risk” target=”_blank”> >> Wandera’s data shows that 6.8% of iOS devices connect to third-party app stores
- > Sideloading (Re-Sign) An iOS App To Install On A Jailed Device (opens in a new tab)” href=”https://www.secjuice.com/sideloading-an-ios-app/” target=”_blank”>Sideloading (Re-Sign) An iOS App To Install On A Jailed Device
- Managing App Sideloading Threats on iOS (PDF from Lookout)
- “Legit” use cases for sideloading