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Major vulnerability in Apple T2 security chips

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Halcyon:
https://ironpeak.be/blog/crouching-t2-hidden-danger/

Ouch

I wanted a rude username:
So ... a system intended to make Apple PCs more secure, made them less secure?

Louis Rossman weighs in:

Halcyon:

--- Quote from: I wanted a rude username on October 07, 2020, 08:26:53 am ---So ... a system intended to make Apple PCs more secure, made them less secure?

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Apple only give a token regard to security when it comes to the bulk of its users. It's "good enough" for the average consumer. For example, anything running iOS has been vulnerable (from a general perspective) for years, provided you can get your hands on the physical device; Cracking a PIN and downloading its entire contents is rather trivial. If you are serious about security, you wouldn't be using an Apple product.

Ed.Kloonk:
 ::)

Mr. Scram:

--- Quote from: Halcyon on October 07, 2020, 11:25:42 am ---Apple only give a token regard to security when it comes to the bulk of its users. It's "good enough" for the average consumer. For example, anything running iOS has been vulnerable (from a general perspective) for years, provided you can get your hands on the physical device; Cracking a PIN and downloading its entire contents is rather trivial. If you are serious about security, you wouldn't be using an Apple product.

--- End quote ---
What would you use?

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