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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


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


Alert About Touchnote Hacking

People still like sending postcards which is the innovative service provided by the online service Touchnote.  Registered users send digital photos to Touchnote which then converts them into hard copy postcards that get sent to individuals designated by the registered user. 139 more words

YiSpecter: Drop your iPhone, Mr Bond*

Claud Xiao responded to my (very mild) criticism in the original article below, making several points I think are well worth making.

In the past 5 years, there were over 10 malware, Adware or PoCs can affect non-jailbroken iOS devices. 372 more words


XcodeGhost - more spookiness

From Palo Alto:

Update: XcodeGhost Attacker Can Phish Passwords and Open URLs through Infected Apps

While John Leyden hypothesizes for The Register on why so many developers cut corners by using ‘dodgy code’: 65 more words


XcodeGhost excitement

There has been lots of excitement over the iOS (and *according to Palo Alto, OS X) malware XcodeGhost. Or, to be precise, apps compromised by the counterfeit XcodeGhost object file. 147 more words


iOS 9

Some comments seen on the new version of iOS. Sorry, I haven’t looked at it myself yet so no comments from me.

  1. The Register:  Shedload of security bugs squashed in iOS 9 – what the hell went wrong with iOS 8? 
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