Emulated Devices

Emulated Devices

An emulated device is a piece of software that allows a computer to behave like any device it chooses to. Emulated devices are used to generate Artificial Installs. In this instance, the emulated devices will be programmed to engage in advertising and repeatedly install apps, targeting advertisers to steal their marketing budgets. The emulators can be programmed to carry out actions within the app, so that they replicate human behaviour.

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