Due to poorly implemented TLS protection, some popular iOS apps are vulnerable to a so-called “man-in-the-middle” attack, Apple Insider writes, citing a new report from Sudo researcher
Will Strafach. “A bulk scan of the App Store … discovered some apps
are ‘vulnerable to silent
interception’ of data usually protected by Transport Layer Security (TLS), which can then be read or manipulated before being forwarded to the company's servers,” it reports.
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