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Top three mobile application threats

1)

Cellular mast
Tree


2)

Cellular Mast
Shady spot


3)

Cellular mast
Dead tree


4)

Cellular mast
Flagless flagpoles


5)

Cellular mast
Tree


6)

Cellular mast
Flagless flagpole


7)

Cellular mast
Unrelated microwave relay


8)

Cellular mast
Lonely tree


9)

Cellular mast
Suspicious black thing


10)

Cellular mast
Fire alarm bell


11)

Cellular mast
Street lighting


12)

Cellular mast
Strangely shaped tree


13)

Cellular mast
Ideal fixer-upper opportunity


14)

Cellular mast
Station lighting


15)

Cellular mast
Random tree


16)

Cellular mast
Unexplained post


17)

Cellular mast
Another random tree


18)

Cellular mast
Dead spot


19)

Cellular mast
Incongruous tree


20)

Cellular mast
Drainage pipes


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