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July 10, 2011  10:42 AM

PDF Flaw Puts iOS Devices at Risk



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, flaw, iOS, iPad, iPhone, jailbreak, security risk

One of the persistent claims--in fact, a claim that I myself frequently make--is that iOS is a more secure mobile platform than the rival Android OS by virtue of Apple's closed environment. The walled garden and the app approval process offer some level of protection for iOS users, right? Well,...

March 14, 2011  9:15 PM

If It Can Be Jailbroken, It Can’t Be Secure



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, hack, iOS 4.3, iPad, iPad 2, iPhone, jailbreak, jailbroken, root access

Apple deployed iOS 4.3 last week--the latest version of the mobile OS that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A day later, the OS had already been jailbroken. For...


March 12, 2011  1:28 AM

Safari Exploit Used to Hack iOS



Posted by: Tony Bradley
ASLR, iOS 4.3, iPad, iPhone, Safari

Apple rolled out the latest version of its mobile operating system this week--iOS 4.3--as a prelude to the launch of the iPad 2. Among a myriad of updates and new...


March 7, 2011  5:59 PM

Chuckling Safely from Within the “Walled Garden”



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Android, Android Market, DroidDream, Google, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Trojan app

Apple runs a tight ship. It is very particular about its hardware, and the user experience. It has stringent controls, and sometimes seemingly capricious or arbitrary guidelines restricting the types of apps that are allowed in the Apple App Store. Some might say it is controlling, or that Apple...


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