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Security experts take down spam network hitting millions of iOS devices



Researchers have uncovered a huge network of fake apps running fake ads, mainly on iOS devices. 

The operation was named ‘Vastflux’ in reference to its use of the Video Ad Serving Template specification, as well as the fast-flux technique to change masses of IP addresses and DNS records to hide the malicious code within the fake apps. 



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