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Is iOS Secure After FaceTime Bug Fix? No One Knows

Apple recently fixed one of the worst security bugs ever discovered in iOS, which allowed a FaceTime caller to hear what people were saying before they answered the call. So what went wrong, and can we prevent another similar disaster?

Apple doesn’t make the source code for its operating systems and apps publicly available. Only the company’s own engineers, developers, and quality assurance staff test and fix

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