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Starbucks iOS App Vulnerability Exposed

Jan 22, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | App security has become a sensitive topic as more and more private information is being shared by users. Even minor vulnerabilities can be exploited and used to harvest sensitive data for criminal or commercial purposes. The latest high-profile loophole was exposed in the Starbucks iOS app.  The vulnerability was found by Daniel E. Wood, a security expert who researches and shares information on the net. His blog post explained the problem with the Starbucks iOS app, which saved user data elements in an insecure way. Thousands of Starbucks customers who use the app to send eGifts or make payments were taken aback with the revelations. The global coffee giant didn’t waste any time and delivered a safer version of the app within days.

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