A post from the staff of Chinese forum WeiPhone.com claims to share a host of official Apple download links for tomorrow's software releases. Currently these links aren't active, but they suggest that they include an iOS 6 beta build under 10A5316k for a variety of devices, as well as a developer preview of Safari 6 for OS X Lion.
LinkedIn's iOS app is collecting information from calendar entries, including passwords and meeting notes, and transmitting it back to the company's servers without their knowledge, according two mobile security researchers.
Apple has introduced a guide to iOS security, which was posted to Apple.com sometime in late May, but is just now being noticed outside the Apple developer community. The publication is notable because it’s the first time Apple has published a comprehensive guide intended for an I.T. audience. (Apple’s developer-friendly documentation on security matters is easy to spot, however).
The new guide includes four sections dedicated to topics like system architecture, encryption and data protection, network security, and device access.
Apple has released an 18-page iOS security guide, releasing details of its products' security features for the first time.
The guide, released in mid-May, and covers system architecture, encryption, data protection and network security for devices running on iOS, which includes the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The guys from the Chronic Dev Team and the iPhone Dev Team, also known as the Dream Team, have taken center stage here in Amsterdam at the 2012 edition of the world renowned Hack in the Box (HITB) conference. Just before the event ended, the hackers held a press conference to answer a few questions.
Since they were probably the celebrities of the moment in Amsterdam, a fairly high number of media representatives showed up, eager to ask interesting questions. And the truth of the matter is that the answers given by the jailbreakers were nothing short of excellent.