Click Injection and CTIT Anomaly

Click Injection and CTIT Anomaly

Click injection occurs when a fraudulent app on a device listens to other app installs on the device and creates fake clicks while the install is in progress. It results in claiming the attribution of installs and generally click-to-install times are short.

Posts about Mobile Fraud

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What to Expect From a Free Trial

What to Expect From a Free Ad Fraud Protection Trial?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Perhaps you know that mobile ad fraud is a problem. Perhaps you think it doesn’t affect your ad campaigns (like 3/5 marketers surveyed, that say that their […]

E-commerce is Now Most Vulnerable Sector to Ad Fraud

E-commerce is Now the Sector Most Vulnerable to Ad Fraud

Reading Time: 2 minutes Online advertising is a multi-billion-dollar industry. It is estimated that digital ads will be responsible for more than half—52%—of global ad spend in 2021, according to a […]

What Mobile Attribution and Why is There Fraud

What Mobile Attribution and Why is There Fraud?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Let us get a few buzzwords out of the way: mobile attribution, attribution provider, MMP, attribution network – these all the same, or closely related. You may […]

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