It's always a good idea to properly configure your computer and smartphone, know how to securely communicate with others and how to read, write and share content while protecting your personal information. These practices are more relevant than ever. OPSEC stands for operations security [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operations_
On Friday, September 27th 2019 many of us on the mobile security community were surprised with the news of a SecureROM [https://www.theiphonewiki.com/wiki/Bootrom] vulnerability disclosed on Twitter [https://twitter.com/axi0mX/status/1177542201670168576] by @axi0mX [https://twitter.com/axi0mX]. axi0mX described it as "a permanent unpatchable
Stalkerware (a.k.a. Spouseware) applications are invasive applications that an individual installs on a target's device (usually their partner) to spy on them, snooping in as much data as they can. They aim to collect phone calls history, private messages, location data, browsing patterns, and many other private aspects
For some reason Apple allows "subscription scam" apps on the App Store. These are apps that are free to download and then ask you to subscribe right on launch. It's called the freemium business model [https://developer.apple.com/app-store/freemium-business-model/], except these apps ask you to subscribe for "X"
A few days ago Filippo Valsorda [https://twitter.com/FiloSottile] twitted about a simple, secure and modern encryption tool that will hopefully substitute gpg [https://gnupg.org/]. Filippo, along with Ben Cox [https://twitter.com/Benjojo12], published a document detailing the output file and key formats as well as some