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pod2g Sep 19
Replying to @jacquesgt
Sounds like bad news for *gray boxes*.
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pod2g Aug 18
Replying to @Jakeashacks
I wonder if this a version management issue : the team pushed the fix in 12.3.x as well as 13.0, but forgot about the 12.4 branch...?
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pod2g Aug 17
Apple lawyers tricked the audience by not using the right terms to express what Corellium is. Compare it to VMWare and their ESX servers. They did not copy iOS. Corellium run the IPSW that everyone can download from the web.
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pod2g Aug 16
I hope and Apple will find an arrangement. Corellium is an awesome piece of software that really ease research. It promotes iOS, its kernel, and development in many ways. It is even included in IDA Pro as a debugger now!
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pod2g Jun 7
Replying to @jacquesgt
I laughed at that one too. :) But the offensive side is not done yet! The “boulot” is just getting more interesting.
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pod2g Apr 22
Replying to @pimskeks
Happy birthday bro! :)
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pod2g 17 Jan 19
Yes, on the internal wiki.
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pod2g 7 Dec 18
Replying to @broglek
Hilarious!
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pod2g 16 Nov 18
Replying to @adriengnt @GrehackConf
I would have if you were around! Why are you not here ;) ?
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pod2g 16 Nov 18
Hey! I’m at the today. Any iOS security researcher would like to meet? We could share some thoughts! :)
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pod2g 11 Nov 18
Replying to @mbazaliy @nvidia
Have fun!
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pod2g 23 Sep 18
Replying to @pimskeks
Congrats to both of you!
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pod2g 27 Apr 18
Replying to @ch0k0bn
:) nice one
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pod2g 15 Dec 17
Dear Apple, for Christmas, I would love HEVC 10-bit hardware decoding on 2016 MacBook Pros.
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pod2g 30 Nov 17
Replying to @FilippoBiga
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pod2g 29 Nov 17
Replying to @geekable @MacRumors
That’s annoying considering the amount of work of a whole team at Apple investing into security. And now people pointing at macOS: “see how bad it is”. Hopefully this is the last one like this this year.
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pod2g 29 Nov 17
Replying to @xvolks
Yep I saw that. It’s been quick!
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pod2g 29 Nov 17
There are processes to help, like code review, unit tests, automatic regression tests, manual ones, internal and public beta tests, etc. But sometimes a bug get through the mesh of the net all the way to .
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pod2g 29 Nov 17
I absolutely don’t think the last High Sierra bug is a backdoor or intentional (responding to some comments on my previous tweet). It is just a mistake illustrating the complexity of maintaining such a huge software code base. Anytime you change anything you may introduce bugs.
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pod2g 28 Nov 17
Seriously, the quality of macOS High Sierra is a shame. I really don’t understand how that root login without a password story could happen. Especially when you consider all the good security engineering around (SEP, code signing, sandbox, entitlements). I feel sad.
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