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Jailbreaking iOS: Exploring iOS Tweaks and Private APIs

If you have ever jailbroken an iOS device, you have likely encountered many things that we will discuss today. Let's start with one of the most commonly used terms that gets thrown around: iOS tweaks. There are plenty of them out there, depending on the needs - whether for fun or profit, simple or complex - ranging from making your lock screen look fancy to running your banking app on a jailbroken device.

Security Made Easy: Mobile Security Purpose-Built for MSPs

Mobile devices are now an integral part of the way we work, and because of that, mobile security has become a necessity when it comes to protecting an organization’s data. Yet with many IT and security teams already stretched to the limit, the task of incorporating mobile security into their existing operations may seem like an impossible task.

Privacy vs. Mobile Security: Why MSPs Don't Have to Choose

When it comes to how employees get work done, personal devices are an ever-growing part of the equation. The 2023 Lookout State of Remote Work Security Report found that 92% of remote workers have performed work tasks on their personal mobile devices. While putting security controls on employer-owned devices is a no-brainer, the increasing overlap of personal with professional means that organizations need to think about how to secure employee-owned devices that are being used for work.

Effectively Prevent Unmanaged Mobile Devices From Accessing Your Organizational Services

Mobile devices have become so integral to both business and personal lives that it is difficult to imagine a life without them. There’s more attack surface area as a result, and it’s IT’s job to mitigate the risk of cyberattacks. Insider threats are often involved, because employees and their devices can be one of the weakest links in the security chain.

Why Is Manual Testing a Thing of the Past?

Before end-to-end (E2E) testing frameworks, the software development industry struggled with fragmented and inefficient testing methods. Testing was manual, labor-intensive, and prone to human error, which limited testing coverage and left many critical issues undetected until later stages of development. This manual approach relied heavily on developers and testers executing test cases by hand, leading to substantial inefficiencies and incomplete test coverage.

How To Protect Your Data if Your Phone Is Lost or Stolen

If your phone is ever lost or stolen, your data could be at risk of being compromised. One of the main ways your stored data could be in danger is if you have a weak passcode, such as 0000 or 1234. If the person who found or stole your phone could guess your passcode, your data would become compromised. Read below to learn more about how to protect your phone when it’s lost or stolen and how to keep your phone’s data safe.

A Complete Overview of Binary-Based SAST

Zimperium's Global Mobile Threat Report found that unique mobile malware samples grew by 51% in 2022. According to Anne Neuberger, the US Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technologies, the annual average cost of cybercrime will reach over $23 trillion in 2027. The threat landscape and the cost of ignoring security are increasing. It is no longer advisable to just be reactive but proactive in maintaining the security of mobile devices.

Can My iPhone Get a Virus?

Yes, your iPhone can get viruses. However, it is uncommon for iPhones to get viruses due to the nature of Apple’s iPhone Operating System (iOS). Because iPhone users are only able to download apps from the App Store, this makes it much harder for hackers to infect their devices. Having a jailbroken iPhone would make you more susceptible to getting infected with viruses because you could download unauthorized apps outside of the App Store.

eSIM Cybersecurity: More Advantages or Drawbacks?

As eSIM technology gets more popular every year and more people turn to it rather than physical SIM cards, what are the benefits? With eSIM technology, the SIM is built into the device, making it more convenient. An eSIM stands for embedded subscriber identity module and is an essential component that allows modern mobile devices to connect to mobile network operator services worldwide. However, I am more concerned about security rather than the features that new innovations bring. This is why I am dedicated to learning what security protocols eSIM uses and how safe embedded SIMs are for users.

How to Building a Secure and User-Friendly Payment App

As smartphones continue to permeate every aspect of our existence, the demand for convenient and secure payment solutions has skyrocketed. This growing demand can be attributed to the rapid pace of technological advancements and the ever-increasing need for seamless digital experiences. How to create a payment app?