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Apple releases security patch via iOS 7.0.6

Posted in アップル, セキュリティ, バグ, NSA, OS by shiro on 2014年2月23日

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Behind iPhone’s Critical Security Bug, a Single Bad ‘Goto’ | Wired.com

An update to iOS 6 pushed yesterday fixes the bug there as well. Reportedly, OS X 10.9.1 is still affected by the vulnerability.

On the Timing of iOS’s SSL Vulnerability and Apple’s ‘Addition’ to the NSA’s PRISM Program | Daring Fireball

So if this bug, now closed, is not what the NSA was exploiting, it means there might exist some other vulnerability that remains open.

Apple’s SSL/TLS bug | ImperialViolet

Apple’s SSL/TLS Bug | Daring Fireball

Apple’s SSL/TLS bug | Marco.org

Both OS X and iOS are affected. iOS has been patched already, but OS X hasn’t — see for yourself.

Apple releases security patch via iOS 7.0.6 | The Loop

たった一行のミスが・・・ | maclalala2

急げアプデ! 今回のアップルの脆弱性はかなりやばいぞ | ギズモード・ジャパン

Privacy, Secrecy, the Web, and Ads

Posted in プライバシー by shiro on 2013年6月21日

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Privacy, Secrecy, the Web, and Ads | The Brooks Review

As much as I’d like to place the blame squarely at the feet of the Government, I see little logic in that argument. Let’s step back and look at the U.S. at a macro level: The country we see does not seem concerned about privacy in the least. We blindly turn over troves of marketing data about ourselves, without even reading what will be done with that data, in the name of, well, getting our desired username on the latest and greatest service.

In that sense, PRISM truly seems to have been made in the image of American internet users.

Jill Lepore: Privacy in an Age of Publicity | The New Yorker

Privacy, Secrecy, the Web, and Ads | Marco.org