This is Apple's only way to get rid of future "jailbreakes" for their iPhone's OS.
AnonD-362866, 22 Sep 2015I don't think you guys understand who Zerodium is, and who their clients are. Either way Apple... morei dont see the big deal , all old ios update has been jail break , what let you think this one will not .
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2015Foul language should not be allowed in these comments and haters should be banned, to all Sams... morebecause iOS runs at what? max 13..x7.., and Android phones are running at QHD & 4K. lower resolution = better overall graphic performance.
AnonD-424849, 23 Sep 2015This is hilarious, "most secure OS". Preventing apps other than those in iStore is a... moreSure thing buddy... and there comes NSA and installs trojans directly into firmware of your network equipment (Cisco routers for example).
What I'm trying to say is that nothing is 100% safe nowadays.
And yeah, if you've read the news you would know that this Zerodium is a legitimate criminal company that sells YOUR rights for money.
But it's true, they don't need to put up Android bounties and we all know why. :/
This is hilarious, "most secure OS". Preventing apps other than those in iStore is a high level security? Really? Custom Android ROMs can deliver much more safety, even Windows Mobile is more safe. In the end, no matter what the OS is, everyone can be spied and recorded, via the network of the operator. The only way to be invincible to hacking is to have your own satellites and encrypted communication channel. Everything else is a joke.
Foul language should not be allowed in these comments and haters should be banned, to all Samsung fan boys if iOS is so bad then why are the apps so much better on the iPhone ?
Looks like someone will be rich in the next couple of days, thats all it should take for a shit os like ios to be cracked
joke of the century " iOS is the king of mobile OS and Mac is the >>Empereror
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2015Funny thing is, the biggest part of the "iOS security" is just the lack of option to... moreWhy are you so worried about security? No one is going to steal your data calm your tit*s.
I don't think you guys understand who Zerodium is, and who their clients are. Either way Apple gonna step shii up a notch ;) good luck to all those who will give it a go! We already knew iOS is the king of mobile OS and that Mac is the Empereror of the desktop world. These are undisputed facts. If Apple can prove that they are invincible. There will be no need for marketing. Apple will be crowned Gods of the OS worlds.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2015Funny thing is, the biggest part of the "iOS security" is just the lack of option to... moreconsidering the app store was already hit due to lack of security from uploads to the store from big name companies , i would say they have a little ways to go.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2015Impressive! It says a lot about the security of iOS that people are willing to pay $1 million ... moreand u cant even see past the smoke screen that apple is putting infront of every one pay penuts to completely lockout all future posible exploits of thier IOS. wow how simple a strategy to use when u want wat u want but too lazy lazy to create. dope the desparte to hand over thier levarage in exchange for nearly nothing then realy grab em with a rear naked choke and realy milk em to use only what u want em to get acces to. thats how this looks and should such a thing be submitted that expliont wont ever work after a few updates...cheers :D
Funny thing is, the biggest part of the "iOS security" is just the lack of option to install an app outside of iTunes. Combining that with double-checking each app that is released on iTunes and there you go. These are not advanced features guys, this is common sense.
Never use anything outside Google Play and use your brain when installing apps and you get pretty much the same security.
who win the prize?
AnonD-109996, 22 Sep 2015This is dirty money from Apple to block all future jailbreaks my friends. Shun this million, ... moreif u hate apple block jailbreak , than u should change to android... apple can do what ever they want because its their own os...
Buggy iphones. meh.
Impressive! It says a lot about the security of iOS that people are willing to pay $1 million just to find an exploit.