iOS

Apple “inadvertently admitted” to iOS backdoor: forensics expert

By John Cox, Network World | July 22nd, 2014 Apple has “inadvertently admitted” to creating a “backdoor” in iOS, according to a post by a forensics scientist, iOS author and ex-hacker. Apple has “inadvertently admitted” to creating a “backdoor” in iOS, according to a new post by a forensics scientist, iOS author and former hacker, …

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Identifying Back Doors, Attack Points, and Surveillance Mechanisms in iOS Devices

By Jonathan Zdziarski, zdziarski.com | July 20th, 2014 The presentation contains: overview of a number of undocumented high-value forensic services running on every iOS device examples of forensic artifacts acquired that should never come off the device without user consent surveillance mechanisms to bypass personal security (intended for enterprises), but make potential targets suspicious design …

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Google denies report of Gmail security risk on Apple iOS

By Antone Gonsalves, CSO | July 11th, 2014 Google has denied a security vendor report that users of Gmail on Apple iOS could have data intercepted because of a missing security component in the popular app. Lacoon Mobile Security, which is based in the U.S. and Israel, reported that Gmail lacks certificate “pinning,” a process …

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