Sberbank named the main vulnerabilities of mobile applications

The most common vulnerabilities in mobile applications is insecure storage of data, it is found in 67% of the projects, the report said Sberbank and its subsidiary, Bi.Zone.

"Mobile apps: the most common vulnerability is insecure data storage - 67% of the projects. Problems with unprotected data transfer is found in 49% of the projects", - follows from the document.

The ability to steal cookies of users (piece of data sent from a web server and stored on the user's computer) through the function of viewing web pages in mobile applications was found in 23% of the projects.

"The vulnerabilities are specific to mobile applications - the ability to iterate through the phone numbers and exceeding the set limit of messages were found in 17% and 14% of the projects respectively," the document reads.