Hacker cites iOS 6 code as becoming more secure, offering "tougher protections"
There are 1 comment on the O'Grady's PowerPage story from Dec 26, 2012, titled Hacker cites iOS 6 code as becoming more secure, offering "tougher protections". In it, O'Grady's PowerPage reports that:
Per iPodNN , in a recent tweet , hacker i0n1c has revealed that the forthcoming iOS 6.1 update adds "again tougher protections" to the codebase even compared to iOS 6, suggesting that security has been dramatically improved.
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#1 Dec 26, 2012
Since when is anybody else besides Apple able to see the source code for any of the Apple products?
Even reverse engineering doesn't give anyone access to the source code as it was wrote.
Either journalists are no idea what they write about, or the guy is laughing at them.
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