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iOS is Apple's operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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iOS. Android and Linux get the worst of it - facing the most dangerous forms of the exploit and with minimal resources for updates. With that in mind, how safe is downloading new apps from the App …
asked Oct 20 '17 by user1258361
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Can iOS apps read the RAM contents/cache/data of any other arbitrary app? Assume that the following conditions applies: The device is using only official iOS (no hacks or "jailbreaking") Obviously … iOS class variable from outside the app? Read data from other app's memory, is it challenging on a jailbroken device? both of which only discuss the topic in the context of using a developer kit or jailbroken devices, neither of which are on topic in this question. …
asked Oct 10 '17 by user1258361
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Title. Are there any known instances of exploits targeting iOS (versions 11 and later) with the following characteristics?: Allows remote, unauthenticated installation of malware on the device … , and payment info from banking apps. Doesn't require entering a passcode, App Store login, or Touch/Face ID. Installation is probably silent. Due diligence: I looked up known CVEs for Apple iOS and …
asked Jun 1 by user1258361