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Tighten Pro is now available in the Mac App Store. Simply click on the icon to the left to purchase directly from Apple. Or choose PKCS#7Viewer.app by clicking the image to the right.

10.16.2017
Mac Developer: Apple confirms KRACK Wi-Fi WPA-2 attack vector patched in iOS, tvOS, watchOS, macOS betas

Apple confirms KRACK Wi-Fi WPA-2 attack vector patched in iOS, tvOS, watchOS, macOS betas: "AppleInsider has learned that Apple has rectified the "KRACK Attack" Wi-Fi WPA-2 exploit in "recent" macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS betas —but was unable to confirm that a patch is coming for the AirPort series of routers."

The other shoe dropping...

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Mac Developer: Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers - The Verge

Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers - The Verge: "At about 7AM ET this morning, researchers revealed details of a new exploit called KRACK that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi security to let attackers eavesdrop on traffic between computers and wireless access points."

Kind of a major fail.

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10.15.2017
Mac Developer: Cult of Mac Magazine: Why you shouldn’t trust every Apple ID prompt, and more | Cult of Mac

Cult of Mac Magazine: Why you shouldn’t trust every Apple ID prompt, and more | Cult of Mac: "It’s not uncommon to see a random popup that asks you to “Sign In to iTunes Store” on iOS. They sometimes appear unexpectedly, but they’re usually genuine. There is a chance that the app’s developer is phishing for your Apple ID password. We’ll show you an easy trick to distinguish legit popups from phishing attempts."

The beginning of the end...

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10.11.2017
Mac Developer: Israeli spies 'watched Russian agents breach Kaspersky software' - BBC News

Israeli spies 'watched Russian agents breach Kaspersky software' - BBC News: "Israeli spies looked on as Russian hackers breached Kaspersky cyber-security software two years ago, US media report. The Russians were allegedly attempting to gather data on US intelligence programs, according to the New York Times and Washington Post."

Well, they can still sell to the Eastern Bloc and Brazil et al.

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