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iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]

iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse and where the most security vulnerabilities are located… THE Zerodium, the largest acquisition company zero-day exploits, recently announced that it is stopping the acquisition iOS exploits because a lot has already been collected.

iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]
iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]

Specifically, in a post on Twitter, the company announced that it will no longer accept new vulnerabilities because there are already many that concern iOS local privilege escalation, Safari remote code execution and sandbox escape exploits.

iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]

This news continues to raise strong concerns about the security level of its software Apple, which to date is considered the most secure and reliable compared to its big competitor, Android.

It is well known that Android is an easier target for hackers, so they prefer it when they want to run a large scale hacking campaign and collect sensitive information from multiple users.

IOS is a bigger challenge for malicious users as Apple has fortified and protected its software more than its competitors (Sandboxing, App Review, Foolproof Facial Recognition etc).

iOS and Android will soon be debating which is worse [Views] zero-day exploits
iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]

But the question is one: Did you expect that this fortification would never "fall" or that a way and windows would not be found that would allow hackers access to Apple Castle?

The hackers live for the challenge and -let's not laugh- there are many out there, with exceptional skills and talent.

It's only a matter of time before iOS becomes Android.

The beginning of the end is probably marked by the fact that there are now many zero-day exploits that we -as a simple user- we will be informed of their existence and they will place a patch on us or Update when it will be too late and when the elite get what they want.

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iOS and Android will soon be fighting over which is worse [Views]

So does it matter if we have iOS or Android at the end of the day?

We are invited to their house so we are called to follow the rules of the host's house, right? Do you think that the host does not know every corner of his house or does not listen to us through the keyhole?

Let's not forget that, in the end, every house has its windows.

Many windows will open in the near future on iOS so be very careful when using your device.

This article is a discussion on a topic that has been much discussed, that we all know but we choose to ignore it because now technology and its convenience online life worth more from the right to privacy.

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