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Deezer scores 73
Malcore risk score for Deezer was 73 points. The lower the score, the better the app.
A note on these insights.
The findings outlined in this blog post were drawn from the condensed results of a Malcore scan for the app. These findings therefore do not comprise an exhaustive list.
To review the full findings of Malcore’s analysis of Deezer, click the button below.
Malcore is a software tool that checks the code of mobile applications for potential issues and assesses overall security and privacy risk. It does this by looking at the code, software development kits used and the permissions requested by the app. A Malcore risk score represents the overall cumulative total of issues found. Points are added through a risk based scoring system every time an issue is flagged.
To view how the scoring system works, click the button below.
The tool also checks for the presence of trackers, which are used to collect data about how the app is being used. Some trackers are legitimate, but others may be used for advertising or to collect data about users without their knowledge or consent.
Scores are given to the issues found based on their severity, with dangerous permissions and high severity warnings getting the highest scores.
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Discovered Trackers in Deezer
Braze (formerly Appboy) Google CrashLytics Adjust Smart mParticle Qualtrics Google AdMob Facebook Share Facebook Login ACRCloud Google Tag Manager Google Analytics Tealium Admost Facebook Analytics Bolts
Discovered Code Severity Warnings
Deezer App Permissions
Malcore risk score was 54 for both Soundcloud and Spotify; for their results, and to see how their code differs, follow the below links.