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Apparently it is possible, be it through sideloading without the user's knowledge, the misuse of enterprise certificates, and so on, to get iOS Malware on non-jailbroken devices. So, very difficult, but not impossible...

However, could these same techniques be used to get a real Anti-Malware program onto an iDevice, and would it even be worth making something like this, knowing that:

  1. The average user would not benefit from it?
  2. It still probably could not do very much?
  3. Apple may not be very happy, even if it is only available to volunteers and only using existing methods?

It is just now starting to dawn on me just how much of a lost cause iOS might be as far as security solutions go, unless you were to somehow win a class action lawsuit against Apple for not providing any Anti-Malware solution themselves, knowing that it is only getting easier and easier to target their devices.

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I’m not asking about a way to sideload apps in general, I'm just asking about getting a proper Anti-Malware setup onto a phone without having to jailbreak it. But thanks, I'll take a look at your link.

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