Apple addresses XARA vulnerabilities, says fixes on the way

Apple on Friday commented on the discovery of so-called cross-app resource access (XARA) exploits, saying it rolled out a server-side security update earlier this week and is currently working with researchers on additional fixes.



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Serious iOS, OS X flaws lead to password theft in wide ranging security study

Three serious vulnerabilities in cross-app resource sharing protocols on Apple’s desktop and mobile platforms have been discovered and used successfully to steal data –?like passwords and secret authentication keys –?including one that lays Keychain open to attackers.



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Salesforce Jumps Into HR


I recently praised Salesforce for having the smarts to not get into enterprise resource planning several years ago. It was a good decision, I thought, because there was no upside for them to invade such a well-established market — better for them to focus on a blue ocean strategy in which they went after new applications. I think the market’s evolution has proven the wisdom of that approach, but now we need to deal with human resources and why Salesforce is going after that market. Shouldn’t the reason for not going after ERP apply to HR too?

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