That was me that initially saw it and reported it in the other thread. XDA wouldn't allow me to upload the code that I found (no idea why) and nobody else ever bothered to screenshot or download it before the code was changed so, I let the issue go. Being around XDA for years and watching project after project get kanged or maliciously violated has really put a sour taste in my mouth with projects that pop up out of nowhere especially from people nobody knows about. I can't say with 100% certainty that it was the original dev that injected it or maybe he missed it, but it was absolutely overhauled very quickly from scratch. Not once did the developer contact me directly to even ask me anything nor did XDA so I took it as nobody really cared. Also, the sudden drop of support in exchange for the other two apps that are private is just too much of a reason flag to me but that's personal opinion. That's about all the details of it. I've since deleted everything after being harassed by a certain moderater about voicing my concerns. Win some and lose some I guess
Yeah definitely don't just take my word, I could have very well been wrong. But again, the sudden change of scraping everything and then dropping support to go to paid options just (for me) affirms I was correct. If literally anyone else bothered to even look before it was changed (which I was urging so they would have proof for themselves) then they would have seen exactly what I did.
But, it's neither here nor there now. Not to mention xposed itself is partially closed source so whatever. I have my own fork of xposed that I personally run so, to each their own. Have an awesome day
I think it's funny that you repeatedly bring this up, because when you made those initial claims I was one of the people who asked you to back them up with evidence, and the response I got from you was essentially that you were some professional programmer who had years of experience in technology and that if I wanted proof I should just stop being lazy and go through the code myself, and if I was good enough I'd notice the malicious code. Which is hilarious because not once have you ever actually backed up any of your claims with real proof, always choosing to say that the onus is on people to prove you wrong rather than you to prove yourself right. I see you post a lot on the Xposed subforums and you generally always bring up the fact that you're a programmer, and then make some claim that's almost always rapidly called into question by someone who actually knows what they're talking about. You seem super distrustful of the VXP dev, which is fair because some level of suspicion is healthy, but you never back up your claims, and now it's rather convenient that this malicious code has all disappeared with not a single other person ever noticing it. From what I recall, that mod was not harassing you, but simply trying to get you to either back up what you were claiming, or to stop talking ****. Funnily enough, all your posts have been deleted from the first VXP thread which contained all of your claims about the so-called malicious code in the app.
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