Sen. Robert Casey has happened to find a dangerous iPhone app which Apple has removed after Casey`s request.
DriversEd.com’s Drivers License app could facilitate users to create a fake drivers’ license with their picture on it. Casey`s office has reported that many users had mentioned in reviews of this app that they had made a counterfeit drivers’ license.
But DriversEd.com`s founder Gary Tsifrin has different opinion about this allegation by Mr. Senator. “By design, it would take more effort and expertise to modify the product of the DriversEd.com ‘Driver License’ app than to construct a counterfeit from scratch,” said Mr. Tsifrin.
The company considers that it is “a digital-age version of using a photo booth at the beach,” and the low quality of picture resolution makes it harder to make false ID`s. It requires extreme amount of expertise exploit the negative aspects of their app.
Even Apple has deleted the certain app from the App Store but it denied to comment on the issue.