Mobile Ad Fraud

Mobile ad fraud is an umbrella term that defines a range of deceptive practices employed by cybercriminals to exploit mobile advertising technology and steal from advertising budgets. These illicit activities involve fabricating impressions, clicks, and installs through various techniques like click spam, click injection, and SDK spoofing. One such ad fraud tactic is to artificially inflate the number of served ads and enables the perpetrators to profit from mobile ad expenditure.

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