Many of you know that Appulous manages thousands of our paid applications cracked on their website. Basically, if you have a paid application that has any sort of success, you have been cracked. In fact, one of the websites that Appulous partners with, Appscene.org has just bragged today about 10M cracked apps have been downloaded I've devised a method to make their life hell...and it is working. 1) Go to www.appulo.us and do a search for your applications. Click on your app and then click on one of the versions that his hosted on www.appscene.org. You will see how many downloads of your application that has occurred. Might piss you off a bit when you see the number. (You can send an email to all the hosting companies to tell them that your copyrighted material is on their servers and they will remove it (except for Appscene)). 2) Create an account on www.appscene.org and upload some large files (mine were over 50Mb each) and give them the extension: *.ipa (note: you can use any of the other sites as well, but I like using Appscene because they are partnered with Appulous and their purpose is solely to house cracked iPhone apps. The other websites for a bit more diversity are: zshare.net, zippyshare.com, 2shared.com, 4shared.com 3) Create an account on www.appulo.us. 4) Grab the iTunes link of your application and click on their “Submit An App” link 5) Paste your iTunes link into their field and additional fields will appear. 6) Paste your link from the website you uploaded your large file in the new field. (Note: One thing I found helpful is to put the name of the hacker who uploaded your most recent cracked version. It will discredit his next version.) 7) You can post multiple links to the other websites as well. 8) After you are done, post your links. Want to see it in action? I posted a link to a fake large database on Appscene yesterday and as of this posting over 21k people have downloaded my junk. Here is the link: http://www.appscene.org/download.php?id=197343828 If enough of us do this, we can discredit their website and cause them problems. Note: Admin...please don't remove the Appscene link. I know you don't like to reference these websites, but we need to raise visibility to this problem.