Detecting sideloaded apps on iOS devices
Detecting sideloaded apps on
Sideloaded apps represent a potential security threat because they don’t follow the same restrictions or protections as apps distributed through the
App Storeor deployed internally from
BlackBerry Workcan detect the presence of sideloaded apps on users’
UEMserver can detect sideloaded apps on devices with the MDM controls activation type. The
BlackBerry Workcan detect sideloaded apps on devices with any activation type.
For devices with the MDM controls activation type, when you use the management console to view details about the apps installed on the user’s device, a new Source column indicates whether the app was installed from the
App Store, TestFlight (for beta apps), or
UEM, or if the app was sideloaded.
When a sideloaded app is detected,
UEMconsiders the device to be out of compliance. You can configure and assign a compliance profile to users so that
UEMcan take an appropriate management action when a sideloaded app is detected. For example, you can prevent
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps from running on the device until the sideloaded app is removed and the device returns to compliance.
Apps that you upload to the management console and add to the app list are approved automatically (regardless of whether you have deployed the app from
UEM) and do not cause compliance violations.