Apple’s walled garden is partly made possible through its closed, proprietary software. While Microsoft has made a U-turn on its stance on Linux and open source in general, Apple remains steadfast in embracing a “security through obscurity” philosophy. That stance, however, will soon be put to the test now that a critical piece of software used to secure Apple’s devices … Continue reading

iOS iBoot bootloader source code leaked on GitHub

Apple’s walled garden is partly made possible through its closed, proprietary software. While Microsoft has made a U-turn on its stance on Linux and open source in general, Apple remains steadfast in embracing a “security through obscurity” philosophy. That stance, however, will soon be put to the test now that a critical piece of software used to secure Apple’s devices … Continue reading

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