Posted by: David Harley | January 17, 2013

Pentesting and iOS data

Pentesting is a bit outside the remit of this blog, but if iOS data interception does feature on your list of concerns, here’s a link you might find useful: ios data interception.

While there’s always a risk that sound low-level(-ish) information will be misused by the people for whom a responsible pentester is ultimately aiming to make life more difficult, the article assumes that the reader will “own and control the iOS device so attacks involving rogue data interception” are not covered.

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