The Case for Open XDR

The current model for cybersecurity is broken. It consists of acquiring and deploying a lot of stand-alone tools, […]
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May 14, 2021
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Researcher hacked Apple AirTag two weeks after its launch

Apple AirTag has been launched less than two weeks ago, but a security researcher already claims to have hacked them.  The Apple AirTag has been available for just a couple of weeks and hacking community is already working on it to demonstrate that how to compromise it. “The German security researcher Stack Smashing tweeted today (via The 8-bit) that […]

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May 11, 2021
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Apple was aware that XcodeGhost impacted 128 Million iOS Users in 2015

Court documents revealed that the infamous XcodeGhost malware, which has been active since 2015, infected 128 million iOS users. Documents provided in a court case that sees Epic Games v. Apple Inc. revealed that the XcodeGhost malware impacted 128 million iOS users. Epic Games filed a lawsuit against Apple in a California court over its violation of terms of […]

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May 11, 2021
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