Posted by: David Harley | May 30, 2012

Jailbreaking: should Apple sanction it?

Paul Ducklin, of Sophos, asks whether:

…Apple would benefit both the community and itself by offering an official route to jailbreaking – a route which could form the basis of independent invention and innovation in iDevice security by an interested minority….

This is basically about the question of whether Apple should be stopping security companies from providing iOS AV. I know what I think, and I have a pretty good idea of what Paul thinks, but what do you think?

One weekend, one million jailbreakers – what should Apple do next?



  1. If people do not like the fact that iOS is locked down as it were then they are free to use another device with another OS. Apple is not going to cave on this.

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