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Comment: The Catch-22 position Apple is in regarding the iOS 9.3.5 security fix
One of the major benefits of Apple's ecosystem is that it's a pretty secure environment. Take OS X (soon to be macOS). The first ever example of OS X ransomware seen in the wild was earlier this year, when it was major news. Other Mac malware exists, but it's rare enough that individual examples make the news – and most of those require users to do something irresponsible, like install software from an unknown source.Contrast that with Windows, where the BBC reported that the number of viruses, worms and trojans in circulation topped the one million mark as long ago as 2008. That may be somewhat exaggerated, but most sources agree that the number is in six figures.iOS is an even more secure platform. Sure, if you jailbreak an iPhone, all bets are off, and there are ways to install sketchy apps on iOS devices using an enterprise certificate. But absent those two things, it wasn't until this year that the first example of iOS malware was found …
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