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System security : how easy is to break into a system and compromise it, thus having access to the information behind it (access from both inside or outside). Remember that on a system most things can be accessed by root/Administrator. Information security: how do we best keep our information? Is it safe from disaster (geo distribution)/hardware ...


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Yes, Apple iOS and Mac OS X have an internal Keychain with Api access, have a look at Apple Dev doc


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Your question potentially applies to many different situations so it is difficult to answer it definitively. Ideally, you should make your question more specific. As a general rule, file scan signatures target whatever the deployed package is. So, it does not matter whether it is an RPM or EXE or what. Whatever form the malware is deployed in, will be ...


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One of the articles you link to -- If the NSA has been hacking everything, how has nobody seen them coming? -- makes an assumption in posing the question: "If the NSA was owning everything in sight (and by all accounts they have) then how is it that nobody ever spotted them?" The premise for this question is incorrect, because for all we have found out ...


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Actually, you cannot. Even without speaking of an actual compromise, from a security perspective you may assume that your application already contains bugs which can be at least be as effective than a software compromise. That's why, when building a secure system, your security must not rely on a single tool. Instead, you must use a layered security ...



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