Right. So, make it harder for jailbreakers, and protect iCloud. And it's a closed program. And the Mac isn't included.
I see nothing here to suggest that Apple doesn't care about security, or that this isn't an essentially self-serving move that justifies the scepticism of the security community. My past experience with Apple security (in which it took longer than nine months to get a fix for a trivially-exploitable Airport firmware bug) is clearly no indication of Apple's strong regard for security and the security community, but a misunderstanding about the severity of a vulnerability that utterly failed to be fixed for the nine months it was known about.
But by all means, ye of the church of Apple, believe ...
11:44 am — Friday, 5 August 2016
Wait... what? There really is a dude named *Rich Mogull*?
12:44 pm — Friday, 5 August 2016
"I was told the same thing."
But didn't bother to blog about it...easier to just link to someone who did.
6:04 pm — Friday, 5 August 2016
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