Mac Developer: iOS apps aren't secure -- what Apple needs to learn from hacking history | VentureBeat | Security | by Minpyo Hong, Seworks
iOS apps aren't secure -- what Apple needs to learn from hacking history | VentureBeat | Security | by Minpyo Hong, Seworks: "This scenario hasn’t actually changed all that much in the mobile era. Hackers still search through binary files to create exploits to gain server access and admin privileges. And all too often, I see iOS developers repeating mistakes we made during the PC and web days, forgetting (or not knowing) to add security measures around every layer of the mobile ecosystem. These developers are under the illusion that the iOS ecosystem is completely safe, or that they don’t need to actively take measures to protect themselves. This is not the case."
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