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Developer Dumped After Laying Bare iOS Vulnerability

November 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

An iOS developer recently found a method by which malicious hackers could sneak malware past Apple’s iOS app approval process. Shortly after he announced his finding, though, Apple barred him from iOS development for a year. It’s unclear, though, whether his banishment was punishment for the actions he took to prove the vulnerability exists or for the way in which he publicized it.

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