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Filippo Bigarella
Computer Science student . Software engineer with a focus on security (iOS/macOS).
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Filippo Bigarella Jul 17
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Filippo Bigarella Jul 10
Replying to @chronic
Everybody feels like they’re a unique snowflake and that there’s someone ready to burn multiple 0days to pwn their phone? ;P
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Filippo Bigarella Jul 7
Replying to @SwissHttp
I guess you’ve already stumbled upon RFC 4122, right?
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Filippo Bigarella Jul 5
Replying to @osxreverser
Let me know if you ever find out ;P
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Filippo Bigarella Jul 3
Replying to @computableapp
This looks amazing. I’m looking forward to using it!
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kocienda Jun 29
I kept those devices in my desk drawer for years. When I left Apple, returning this hardware was tough, like saying goodbye to old friends.
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kocienda Jun 29
Here are two iPhone prototypes. We called them Wallabies. I used these devices to make the software keyboard.
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Jeremiah Grossman Jun 28
$10B a year spent on anti-virus. $8B a year spent on firewalls. $4B a year spent on IDS/IPS. Beaten by a vuln patched in March.
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 11
Replying to @rgov
Possibly related, under “Explore more interesting finds”
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 8
Understanding Undefined Behavior
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 8
Replying to @SandbagLTD
Thanks!
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 8
Is the email on your profile the right contact to sort out an issue with a ticket order (shipped 3wks ago, not delivered)?
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John Wilander Jun 7
Replying to @johnwilander
Also, it only cares about who has the ability to track *you* and only makes exceptions for the sites *you* use. No central blacklist.
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John Wilander Jun 7
Noteworthy aspect of Intelligent Tracking Prevention: It classifies tracking ability on-device => finds new trackers as they come to market.
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 6
Replying to @iT0mmy
Hopefully I will be able to do it after I graduate in July. It makes me sad I had to abandon it for so long :(
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John Wilander Jun 5
Intelligent Tracking Prevention – Safari’s new default cookie policy on iOS and macOS:
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 5
Replying to @revskills
Oh, well that’s always fun and it’s actually the reason I wish I could be there :(
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 5
Replying to @revskills
Sure, I agree on that. However, as a researcher, you can get more relevant info reversing the new iOS build than attending all sessions ;P
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Filippo Bigarella Jun 5
Replying to @revskills
Well, it’s more of a conference for the people who make things, not for the ones who tear those things apart 😬
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John Regehr Jun 1
pointer overflow checking landed thanks to and
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