Blog Posts Tagged with "iCloud"

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Apple’s PC Free Feature: Insecure, But Maybe That’s Good

March 02, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston

During the WWDC keynote, Brent Huston spent considerable time discussing the lack of built-in security for the iOS. Each unique identifier on numerous devices would allow possibly unwanted users to see information they shouldn’t see. In some cases, not such a bad idea...

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Is iCloud the Next Big Security Challenge?

November 10, 2011 Added by:Paula Skokowski

The potential for a data breach a lot higher with the launch of Apple's iCloud. When content changes on one device, all other devices are automatically updated. A wonderful service for consumers; however, for enterprises iCloud has the potential to wreak havoc...

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To iTrust or Not?

October 31, 2011 Added by:Enno Rey

Recently Apple launched its new offering iCloud. At this point, most infosec people start to worry a little bit: The common cloud concept of centralized data storage on premise of a third party does not cope well with the usual control focused approach of most technical infosec guys...

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Hey You, Get Off of the iCloud

June 28, 2011 Added by:Kelly Colgan

Recent cloud-based data breaches have solidified the notion of cloud-insecurity in the consumers' mind. My concern with the iCloud is that Apple, which has mastered the art of slick marketing, could make the American consumer a whole lot less skeptical, and a whole lot less secure...

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Did LulzSec Hack Apple's iCloud and Steal Source Code?

June 24, 2011 Added by:Headlines

An anonymous Pastebin posting from June 21 states that hackers claiming to be part of the LulzSec collective successfully breached Apple's iCloud networks several weeks ago. The posting claims that the intruders mapped the network and "grabbed all their source code and database passwords..."

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