Tag: Apple

  • Assessing the ‘War on Tech’: Huawei vs. U.S.

    Assessing the ‘War on Tech’: Huawei vs. U.S.

    [I wrote this with Curtis Kang who did a lot of work researching various aspects of this article and provided invaluable help. His research and written contributions made this article possible. It was originally intended to be published on RiskBasedSecurity.com in early 2020 but was passed over so I am publishing it here.] In 2019, […]

  • Perlroth, Miller, and the First Remote iPhone Vuln

    In what is sure to be my last blog (?!) born out of reading “This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends” by Nicole Perlroth, this article is basically a quick dive into a single paragraph that contains one sentence with an alleged fact pertaining to vulnerability history. As a self-described Vulnerability Historian, this […]

  • An Analysis of Google’s Project Zero and Alleged Vendor Bias

    [This was originally published on RiskBasedSecurity.com.] Google announced a new initiative called Project Zero. The basic premise of the project was that Google invests heavily in their own security and had for quite some time been also tasking their researchers part time work on improving the security of other high-profile products. Project Zero is Google’s […]

  • January Set As ‘Month Of Apple Bugs’

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] January Set As ‘Month Of Apple Bugs’http://www.informationweek.com/news/showArticle.jhtml;?articleID=196701178 The “Month of Apple Bugs” project, which will be similar to November’s “Month of Kernel Bugs” campaign, will be hosted by the kernel bug poster who goes by the initials “LMH,” and his partner, Kevin Finisterre, a researcher who has […]