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Cash Value of Android Zero-Day Exploits Surpasses iOS

by Ryan Whitwam

Apple has long positioned itself as the more secure option to open platforms like Windows and Android, but that might no longer be the case. As previously unreported “zero-day” iOS exploits pile up, security researchers are seeing the cash value of such research fall. Zerodium, the largest purchaser of such flaws, has updated its bug bounty payments…




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