Tag Archives: Apple

Encrypting Apple Devices

So to begin with, why encrypt? To keep your data private in the event of other people obtaining access to your device. In some cases that is in your own interest (such as for personal devices not used for work) … Continue reading

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Diagnosing a Phishing Attack

I was clearing out some older emails today and encountered an attempt to phish Apple credentials; although this one was specific to Apple, the general lessons apply to all phishing attacks ‚Ķ and indeed more general malicious spam. The attack … Continue reading

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The Xcode Ghost In Your Apps

We are seeing a number of instances where people have installed¬†legitimate applications from the Apple App store, and their phone is communicating with the Xcode Ghost malware infrastructure across the network. This sort of malware infection is a bit unusual … Continue reading

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