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First of all, what is exactly the “attack surface”? The attack surface is the code that processes attacker-supplied input. If Apple has a vulnerability in some code, and either the attacker can’t reach it or Apple doesn’t ship the code at all in iOS, an attacker cannot base an exploit on this vulnerability. Therefore, a key practice

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A new bug for the latest version of iOS published yet has appeared. Despite it only affects the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, it’s so important because it allows everyone access to your private photos and also to all your contacts.  As in recent bugs of this kind, Siri is the main perpetrator. But this time

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So let’s start the blog talking a little bit and in a superficial way about security in the most used commercial mobile-OSs: iOS, the OS shipped in the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch & in the AppleTV, and Android, an open-source mobile OS created by Google that comes preinstalled in lots of phones, most of those