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vishy
vishy
2/26/2019 5:29:35 AM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
This is going to infiltrate Extended Reality ( #mirrorworld ) the next big tech platform (for those who are unaware, XR is going to be bigger than Email, Social and Mobile)..  Here's the wired article mirrorworld. I can easily see an XR based world in which the layers are phishing hooks. I've been working with PhishProtection.com as a consultant / helping with ideas and marketing, and I can see how this may pan out into XR. Any opinions on this? 

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batye
batye
2/6/2019 2:18:41 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
@mhhfive it like Apple becomming unstopable Giant... 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
2/6/2019 1:23:58 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
There has also been some debate over whether or not Apple should continue to wield such absolute power of its platform -- when Apple can just put an end to Google and Facebook's earnest efforts as collateral damage to the apps that misbehaved.

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batye
batye
2/1/2019 2:08:32 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
@mhhfive yes it is as both Co. tech Giants and wanna fight... interesting how it will play out at the end... 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
2/1/2019 2:05:48 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
It's been interesting to see the recent spat between Apple and Facebook over "internal apps" that have been sneakily snooping on users without Apple's explicit authorization. Facebook should have known better than to issue an iPhone app that basically snooped on all user traffic that worked around Apple's walled garden.

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batye
batye
2/1/2019 1:59:06 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
@mhhfive yes as nothing really free and you end up going pay one way or other for a "free app" with security problems... 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
1/7/2019 11:42:42 AM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
That's the danger with "free" apps. TANSTAAFL.

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batye
batye
1/7/2019 2:34:55 AM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
@mhhfive  yes you are right Apple still playing smart with security, but many people try to get "free" apps eend up paying for them with security problem... 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
1/6/2019 1:42:23 PM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
Apple's walled garden, tho, is a bit more difficult to infiltrate than Android's App Store. There are ways around Apple's App Store filters, but the end user usually has to manually try to avoid them. Side loading apps are not the mainstream way to download apps for iOS users.

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batye
batye
1/3/2019 11:03:05 AM
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Re: Malware that's useful...
@mhhfive yes  heard about it also about Apple store rogue apps... 

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