1. yoe-yoe's Avatar
    07-22-2014 12:27 AM
  2. kataran's Avatar
    Welcome to iMore yoe-yoe

    From what I gather from your link Apple itself is trying to identify it's own flaws so they can move towards enterprising there operating system
    07-22-2014 08:02 AM
  3. warcraftWidow's Avatar
    This was on all the blogs yesterday. Apple denied the allegations that it's ever purposefully put backdoors into its software to help law enforcement.
    07-22-2014 08:05 AM
  4. Flow39's Avatar
    They'll do great in enterprise. They haven't opened any backdoors (from what Apple said) and are working to fix those bugs.
    07-23-2014 02:07 AM
  5. Tech198's Avatar
    This was on all the blogs yesterday. Apple denied the allegations that it's ever purposefully put backdoors into its software to help law enforcement.
    of course they would deny it... Why would a company who makes claims their OS is secure owe up to anything that wrecks havoc on them (that is until its pushed further)

    We just accept it for all the security push Apple has done, but who really knows in the end..

    Evidence of this may come out anyway when updates come out..... this can also further be evidence, of why Apple chooses on certain updates *not* to post any release notes about whats included as well...
    12-26-2016 09:40 AM
  6. dpscott's Avatar
    Most companies would have a back door into their own software. If you know where hackers are coming in it's easy to block them further down the line and gives you time to look for the things you've over looked.
    12-26-2016 10:37 AM
  7. Tech198's Avatar
    Most companies would have a back door into their own software. If you know where hackers are coming in it's easy to block them further down the line and gives you time to look for the things you've over looked.
    except Apple denied this as well, and didn't wanna help the FBI, instead putting security of its users first.. ..

    They could have because they have the power, they just "choose" to rely on security better..

    That to me, is actually the REAL difference... It's one thing to say "no, we cannot possibly do this" and that is completely different to "Well,.. ya ok, we could unlock this phone, because we have the keys stored either on our servers or stored off-site somewhere, BUT for security of our users, we'll just refuse"
    12-28-2016 01:05 AM

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