Sideloading iOS apps: the good, the bad, the ugly collection

This brief post is a collection of links on the matter of sideloading iOS apps, the consequences and how to prevent it. Mostly via pirates use Apple tech to put hacked apps on iPhones >> Between February 2016 and February 2017, 11% of enterprise iOS devices encountered a sideloaded app. > Wandera’s data... Continue Reading →

[iOS vs Android] OS and Application Updates

I frequently get this question from customers and partners: "How can I control Application and OS Updates in iOS and Android". So I'll drop a note here. Update management includes: Configuring the behaviour of OS upgrades (major), patches, public apps (via App/Play Store, VPP) and private apps (via App/Play Store or directly via EMM)Scheduling updates to happen (or... Continue Reading →

iOS Trustjacking protection with EMM

Trustjacking is a new "scary" attack on iOSnew "scary" attack on iOS devices, exploiting user's lack of understanding or what's going on. When plugging into an unknown computer or charger user may choose to "trust" it, which allows the remote device quite a degree of access to iPhone/iPad data. Many don't realize that this trust... Continue Reading →

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