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Category Archives: Updates
There’s been quite a lot of reaction to this notice on Agant’s website, that Dave is taking the company back to a one-person shop. Indeed that means that I and all of my colleagues (except Dave) are now redundant. Sad … Continue reading
Nearly 13 months ago, the Intrepidus Group published their top 5 iPhone application development security issues. Two of them are valid issues, the other three they should perhaps have thought longer over. The good Sensitive data unprotected at rest Secure … Continue reading
This is supposed to be the week in which Apple killed Java and Flash on the Mac, but it isn’t. In fact, looking at recent history, Flash could be about to enter its healthiest period on the platform, but the … Continue reading
In my last post, losing your identity, I pointed out an annoying problem with the Sparkle update framework, in that if you lose your private key you can no longer post any updates. Using code signing identities would offer a … Continue reading
Developers make use of cryptographic signatures in multiple places in the software lifecycle. No iPad or iPhone application may be distributed without having been signed by the developer. Mac developers who sign their applications get to annoy their customers much … Continue reading