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Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 has analyzed a new malware, KeyRaider, which they believe to be the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware.
M. Reddy-Hjelmfelt's insight:
This malware appears to affect only jailbroken iOS devices...
"Our primary suggestion for those who want to prevent KeyRaider and similar malware is to never jailbreak your iPhone or iPad if you can avoid it. At this point in time, there aren’t any Cydia repositories that perform strict security checks on apps or tweaks uploaded to them. Use all Cydia repositories at your own risk."
The marquee items at a Google press event this week may be its new Nexus smartphones, but the company's Chromecast devices are more telling of where Google wants to go. The goal: living room domination.
At first glance, Ascensio SystemOnlyOffice, which begins at $40.00 per year for two portal users, looks a bit like Google Drive but it offers a lot more than just file management. In addition to file sharing, online editing, and collaboration, Ascensio SystemOnlyOffice also offers project management, email and calendar integration, and a custom URL for your account. It doesn't have quite the document management feature set you'll find in eFileCabinet Onlineor Zoho Docs Standard, though, both of which offer both better pricing, a deeper document management feature set, and more built-in cloud storage. Ascensio System OnlyOffice offers a free version of its cloud software, with basic editing features. As previously mentioned, paid plans start at $40.00 per year for two portal users and include 4 GB of storage—and goes all the way up to $2,400 per year (or $300 per month) for up to 100 portal users and 200 GB of storage. These plans include features that go beyond file sharing including.....
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