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Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "The Chase Bank iOS application does not uninstall cleanly and shows your sensitive account alerts to subsequent installations of the app. Alerts for previous accounts include the last four of account numbers, account and transaction balances, and date and place identifier information. This has been reproduced using the latest iOS and app as well as previous versions over the last 5 month period. Despite numerous phone calls, emails, and twitter conversations, it appears that Chase is not taking this seriously.

Until they do, be very careful loaning or selling any iOS device to which you have previously setup the Chase Mobile Banking application.

TLDR; The Chase Bank iOS application does not uninstall cleanly and shows your sensitive account alerts to subsequent installations of the app."

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Privacy Violation in Chase Bank's iOS app

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  • The reasons for this situation may be different. Most likely, the application does not remove the file, which contains the previous user credentials. Possible, however, that the application removes the data but the operating system after the second installation of the application allocates the same i-node number in the file system. The question is whether the application may be getting the same i-node number that has not been overwritten, check if there is an entry and not overwrite just add another user's

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