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Suppose you have an iOS app that accepts a username and passcode. This login information would be entered by the user, then you could store that state by saving the credentials in the Keychain, which is the only place secure enough to store that information on device. If the above is already in place, than adding Touch ID only increases security because the ...


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The are numerous opportunities for fingerprinting/privacy leakage at all levels of abstraction. A good survey can be found on this upcoming PETS paper (full disclosure: I am one of the authors). With regard to your specific question, I guess you are looking for something analogous to iHasApp? There are a number of ways of bypassing Apple's restrictions ...


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No security issues will be caused due to two concurrent sessions on same device. As far as your server is concerned, the two sessions are two client endpoints it serves, doesn't matter where.


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If you have a newer iPhone (> 4s) just turn on your passcode. It will encrypt all the data on the phone, so even if someone has access to your device, without the PIN / Password to the phone, it's useless.


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The phone should know these passwords if it wants to use it, so it obviously keeps them somewhere in a readable format. If the phone is compromised the attacker would be able to read them. That's actually why some mail providers (GMail, etc) are moving to oAuth so that the phone stores a revokable token instead of the actual password. While that is possible,...


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Configuration 2 has an option specifically for a HTTP Global Proxy. You will need to get it on the Mac app store (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/apple-configurator-2/id1037126344?mt=12). Once you've downloaded that, create a new profile with the HTTP Global Proxy, sign it, and add it to your iDevice. See this link for more information https://discussions....


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The phone you are talking about is not the stock Samsung S4. As you can read in the article the cameras are removed, there is a special app store only and there are special apps on it. It also states that this phone was explicitly chosen because of the KNOX technology which includes secure boot and separation of work and private activities. The reason this ...



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