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iOS zero-day breaks Apple’s iMessage encryption

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Mar 21, 2016.

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    A team of Johns Hopkins University researchers headed by computer science professor Matthew Green have discovered a zero-day flaw in Apple’s iOS encryption, which could allow attackers to decrypt intercepted iMessages. Not many details about the actual vulnerability have been shared, and won’t be until Apple patches the flaw. According to the Washington Post, the company said that the flaw has been partially fixed in iOS 9 (pushed out last fall), but will be completely … More →

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