Wednesday, February 3, 2010
An Apple a Day Posted by Sean @ 14:46 GMT

We were recently asked some questions about Mac security. Mikko's comments can be read at CNET.

Also in Apple news, iPhone/iPod touch OS 3.1.3 has been released and there are security fixes.

(Not that it's mentioned during the update.)

And speaking of iPhones, they're vulnerable to remote attack on SSL.

Updated to add: Here's another interesting iPhone/iPod touch related story at the Register.

Dan Goodin: The Elcomsoft iPhone Password Breaker, which was released for free into beta, recovers passwords for iPhones and iPod Touches by trying thousands of phrases per second.

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