To help you get the most out of your mac!
As noted by 9to5Mac, a Russian hacker has developed a relatively simple method to allow users to bypass Apple’s In App Purchase mechanism on many iOS apps, allowing users to obtain the content for free.
The hacker has already been evicted from his original host and had reportedly moved to a new one, but the site is currently down. It is unclear whether it is down simply due to high traffic or if other steps are being taken to hinder his activities.
Developers can prevent the hack from working with their apps by implementing validation of In App Purchase receipts, something many developers have not included in their apps.
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