Mac Developer: Apple pulls popular Instagram client 'InstaAgent' from iOS App Store after malware discovery
Apple pulls popular Instagram client 'InstaAgent' from iOS App Store after malware discovery Before being yanked from the App Store, InstaAgent was a chart-topping free app in multiple countries including Canada and the UK, suggesting thousands of unsuspecting users unwittingly handed over their Instagram credentials. Hard numbers are currently unavailable, but the developer guesses as many as 500,000 users downloaded the app. The metric matches up with InstaAgent's performance on the Google Play app store, which removed the title earlier today.
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