my b, was thinking of his other post recently, this one isn’t a security issue iirc
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I get the feeling you’re deliberately trying to find ways to dunk on Corellium, otherwise I can’t explain why you would make such unproven claims focusing on a tiny use-case without any understanding about the market we’re in. The security industry isn’t just 0day hunting.
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just because you provide legitimate app testing services doesn’t negate my point: most of the bugs your customers find in ios don’t go to apple. i’m not making a moral judgement here, but i am saying that isn’t “making software safer”
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The reality is, Corellium's technology is really cool, but the pricing is hostile to researchers *not* selling bugs. It's hard to justify paying $100+ a month unless you're making a lot of money off the findings if you're a researcher. No moral judgements here either fwiw
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Going daily rate for mobile pentests is ~ $2k, but sure, a product that costs 50c an hour when it's on must mean only governments can afford it. Brilliant logic there.
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once again buddy, no one said your ONLY customers were governments, i said that most ios bugs found using corellium probably don’t go to apple. your boss made a bunch of law enforcement happy enough they got trump to pardon him, and your “on-site” solution is clearly for feds.
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The onsite solution is mostly used by banks and pentesting firms, but thanks for your concern.
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He seems to be one of those people who believe we should forbid security testing tools because researchers could find bugs and nobody can verify what they do with them.
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Can’t have bugs if nobody looks for them or talks about them.
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GIF
Almost sounds like he’s using Apple’s talking points 🤔
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Ngl it is funny watching them fall over their own talking points

11:58 AM · Aug 12, 2021

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also, i missed the memo stating that apple was suddenly entitled to the hard work of people not on their payroll
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