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Tag Archives: iPhone

Was Citi Sleeping? Could Functional Security Testing Have Saved the Day?

– Do you remember reading over the summer about Citigroup having a security hole in an iPhone app, which stored all manner of nonpublic personal information in a file? … and that the data could then be transferred to a PC? In the Technology section of the July 27, 2010 The Wall Street Journal,…

iSuppli You, You Supply Me, and the Twain Shall Meet

– There have been quite a number of news articles of late in which the innards of the likes of the iPhone, HTC Droid Incredible phone and the Amazon Kindle were examined, mostly in relation to the cost of components adding up to more than the price of the device. In  many of these reports, the…

Blaming the CISO … Yet Again

– Update:  Since I began writing this column, which discussed AT&T’s iPad issue, AT&T was reported to have experienced another privacy breach, this time during the heavy use of its registration site when the latest model of the iPhone became available. This was reported in The Wall Street…