Posted by: David Harley | February 7, 2017

76 buggy trombones – I mean, iOS apps

Here’s an article by Will Strafach in which he talks about 76 Popular Apps Confirmed Vulnerable to Silent Interception of TLS-Protected Data. He classifies all the apps he discusses as ‘low risk’, but adds that:

The applications deemed Medium/High Risk will be posted in a follow up within 60 to 90 days, after reaching out to affected banks, medical providers, and other developers of sensitive applications which are vulnerable.

Commentary by Graham Cluley here: 76 popular iPhone apps found wide open to data interception attacks

David Harley

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