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Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers

mclov.in
Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers 8 Feb 2012 – Singapore It all started innocently enough. I was thinking of implementing a Path Mac OS X app as part of our regularly scheduled hackathon. Using the awesome mitmproxy tool which was featured on the front page...
Path uploads your entire iPhone address book to its servers

Path Uploads Your iPhone’s Address Book To Their Servers Without A Peep

techcrunch.com
What started as a bit of aimless tinkering for developer Arun Thampi ultimately unearthed something very surprising about personal life-sharing service Path. As a fan of the app, Thampi took it upon himself to look at the API calls that the app made to Path’s service and found that his...
Path Uploads Your iPhone’s Address Book To Their Servers Without A Peep

FYI: Path uploads your iPhone’s entire address book to their servers

9to5mac.com
Blogger Arun Thampi has discovered something that may or may not sit right about the free social media app Path while packet sniffing the app last night. Upon first installing the app and registering for an account, Path sends every single one of your contacts in your address book to...
FYI: Path uploads your iPhone’s entire address book to their servers

Popular ‘Path’ app revealed to secretly upload all iPhone contacts to its servers [updated]

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Path, the popular social network that competes with the likes of Instagram, may be uploading your iPhone’s entire address book up to its servers. Arun Thampi from mclov.in noticed the Path app’s steal data dump while trying to create a Mac OS X application for the social network during a...
Popular ‘Path’ app revealed to secretly upload all iPhone contacts to its servers [updated]

Path’s CEO apologizes, newest update lets you opt in or out

9to5mac.com
Most of the web went nuts yesterday, when blogger Arun Thampi discovered that when first registering for Path, the app sends each one of your contacts in your address book to their server via a. plist. The .plist includes full names, phone numbers, and e-mails. Path never asked to opt in for the...
Path’s CEO apologizes, newest update lets you opt in or out

Apple removes hints of future products from a key file in iOS 6

www.tuaw.com
Once upon a time eager rumormongers would download the latest iteration of the next generation of iOS, and like examining goat entrails to determine the next Caesar, they would delve into the USBDeviceConfiguration.plist to divine upcoming hardware products from Apple. But, with iOS 6, this is no more. Oh...
Apple removes hints of future products from a key file in iOS 6

New Flashback variant continues Java attack on Macs

www.bgr.com
Security firm Intego on Monday announced that it had discovered a new variant of the Flashback malware called Flashback.S that continues to use a Java vulnerability Apple has already patched. This variant requires no password to install, and it places its files into the user’s home folder in “~/Library/LaunchAgents/com....
New Flashback variant continues Java attack on Macs
Apple seems to be disabling Siri on unsupported devices, Spire

Put AirPlay back into Airfoil Speakers Touch with this quick hack

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Here's the plist you can drop in : dl.dropbox.com/u/8657343/com.… Here's the place you should put it: twitpic.com/9tqvid Now you can AirPlay— Steve Troughton-Sm… (@stroughtonsmith) June 07, 2012 We covered Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil‘s ousting from the App Store and subsequent return when they disabled the AirPlay functionality.  But our good buddy STS...
Put AirPlay back into Airfoil Speakers Touch with this quick hack
Facebook, Dropbox login credentials vulnerable to theft on iOS and Android
Security hole in Facebook and Dropbox apps leave iOS users vulnerable

New Gestures coming to an iPhone/iPad near you: triple tap and long press

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On the surface, the latest iPhone 3.2 Beta 4 SDK didn't have much new and exciting information.  Diving a little deeper however, we find some interesting information.   In the data/gestures folder, you'll see two new types of commands (3Tap.plist and LongPress.plist) that are certainly not implemented on any current...
New Gestures coming to an iPhone/iPad near you: triple tap and long press
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?