It is believed that the CM File manager and Kika keyboard had malicious codes to create fake click impressions via users to generate ad revenue.
Last week, a report emerged that two apps-CM File manager and Kika keyboard-made by Cheetah Mobile and Kika Tech, respectively are involved in ad fraud.
The phenomenon, loosely termed as "click fraud", originates from the fee app developers pay to their partners.
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The report said that during this process, the partners for a developer would include the network that created the app, and the platform through which the app was distributed. The apps would apparently detect new app installations on a user's device and claim the credit for driving said installations.
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Cheetah Mobile in a press release has put the blame on third-party SDK developers who use the former's platform and have no control over it. Seven of these apps are from Cheetah Mobile, a Chinese Internet company, while the other one has been developed by Kika Tech, another Chinese firm.
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