“If you try this tool, open an app you want to analyze, share the URL, tap the link in the app to open it and read the report on the screen,” he said. .
InAppBrowser.com is designed for everyone to verify what apps are doing in their in-app browser.
“I have decided to open source the code used for this analysis, which you can check on GitHub. This way the community can update and improve this document over time,” Krause said in a blog post.
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He warned that the Chinese short-form video application TikTok could monitor every keyboard input and click through its in-app monitoring on iOS.
“TikTok’s In-App Browser injects code to monitor clicks and keystrokes, and access passwords and credit cards,” he warned.
TikTok said in a statement that Krause’s judgments about the company were “wrong and misguided”.
“Contrary to its claims, we do not collect password or text input through this code, it is used only for debugging, troubleshooting and performance monitoring,” the company said.