The hackers distributed the cracked version of apps for Spotify, Minecraft and Pokemon Go for the iPhone. About it reports Reuters.

The attackers used enterprise certificates that are issued to developers from Apple to create applications to bypass the rules of the Corporation. In particular, TutuApp offering users a free version of Minecraft, which costs about seven dollars in the App Store. Another unlicensed service AppValley sharing the free version with the remote is streaming music service Spotify.

Spotify stated that they focus their efforts on the computation and removing users to “create or distribute tools designed for ad-blocking”.

Apple has threatened unscrupulous developers making blacklist and announced the entry of the more stringent authentication system.

Information portal Neowin has shared on its website a message that Apple sent out on February 13 participants of the program developers. It Corporation reports the input “two factor authentication”, which will be compulsory from February 27 for all partners.

The Apple representative added that in the case of abuse of unfair teams “will be completely removed from the program.”

In February it was reported that in AppStore and Google Play found service Absher, which is used by men to Saudi Arabia to track their relatives. Apple CEO Tim cook promised to deal with this situation.

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