Brace yourselves: ATS is coming

Application Transport Security Since HTTP is a plaintext protocol and therefore creates inherent security and privacy concerns when used by applications - Apple has decided that it is finally time to start treating the secure alternative, HTTPS, as the de facto web protocol for iOS mobile apps. At WWDC this year, Apple rightly pointed out that simply “enabling” HTTPS does not necessarily mean that you are secure. There are many ways in which HTTPS can be improperly configured resulting in the use of insecure connections. »

Touch Unlock for iOS

It. Is. ALIVEEEEE. So for the last “very long time” some folks and I have been working hard in any second of spare time we could find to write an app called Touch Unlock. Basically, the app is available for all iOS devices which have Apple’s Touch ID hardware and allows you to lock and unlock your Mac via Bluetooth Low Energy. And the best thing? It is totally free, no strings attached. »