Posted by: David Harley | March 11, 2013

App Store takes on bouncers

Just in case you think I’ve gone soft on Apple in recent posts, I have to say that it’s adoption of HTTPS for App Store transactions is long overdue. But better late than never, I suppose.

Commentary by Paul Ducklin: Apple finally adopts HTTPS for the App Store – here’s why it matters

Also noted by John Leyden: Apple finally flips switch on HTTPS by default in App Store – Left mobile devices open to man-in-the-middle attacks for MONTHS.

David Harley
Mac Virus/Small Blue-Green World/Anti-Malware Testing


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