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Updates Update

…in case they hadn’t hit your radar. Actually, commentary from the security industry rather than the actual updates.

IOS

Bypassing Gatekeeper (again)

Yes, Patrick Wardle of Synack has done it again.

Apple’s fix for the exploit reported by Ars Technica back in September and enabling him to bypass Gatekeeper was to blacklist the files he reported to them privately. 83 more words

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CVE league tables revisited and re-criticized

Further to my recent post on The Unbearable Triteness of CVE League Tables, I notice that Graham Cluley – writing for Intego – takes a somewhat similar view in an article on  16 more words

OSX

iOS trojan and jailbreaking

Graham Cluley points out the perils of jailbreaking your iOS device, with particular reference to the TinyV Trojan with which Chinese iPhone users are apparently infecting their devices. 9 more words

IOS

Security: Android versus iOS

Well, I have no wish to get in between two groups of fanbois, so I’m going to keep my opinions to myself on this occasion as to which platform is most secure. 133 more words

IOS

Security blogger Graham Cluley's website suffers DDoS attack

A distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) is a cheap but effective way to take out your target’s website by flooding it with so much traffic that the web server becomes overwhelmed and the website crashes. 376 more words

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