The Chines govt must be quite miffed in a 'why didn't WE think of that' way.
I guess the miscreants are now awaiting job offers
Three people suspected of involvement in the WireLurker malware campaign have been arrested in China, according to reports. The suspects – whom the Beijing Public Security "internet" unit named only as Chen, Lee and Wang – were apparently arrested in the Beijing area following an investigation assisted by local security firm …
WireLurker shattered the conventional wisdom that non-jailbroken iThings are incapable of being infected by malware.
It certainly suggests that profiles need better scrutiny, but you can't install a profile without the user's permission so there too you'll need some social engineering. Not that I, as a sysadmin, deem that terribly hard to accomplish (*cough*), but I wonder if you can't shield at least a business iThing with a profile of your own.
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