Recently, Apple suffered a lot of headache when Russian hacker Alex Borodin took advantage of an in-app purchasing exploit to provide users with paid content for free. Apple tried their best to fix it.
Last week, Russian hacker Alexei Borodin presented a hack. This hack was an in-app purchasing exploit that would enable users to obtain in-app purchases without paying for them.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has offered developers a series of best practices to prevent the In-App Purchase vulnerability. Apple has also promised a full fix in iOS 6.
Recently, we reported that an innovative idea by a Russian hacker enables people to bypass the in-app purchases and download things being offered as in-app purchases for free. Apple swung into action to stop it.
Recently, we reported that a Russian hacker had invented a new method that would allow App Store users to bypass Apple’s In App Purchase mechanism and receive additional content free of charge.
A Russian hacker who goes by the name ZonD80 has published (using his servers) a way to bypass the actual App Store’s in-app purchasing servers and unlock content without having to pay.