back to article Security bods boost Apple iPhone hardware attack research with iTimed toolkit

A trio of researchers at North Carolina State University (NC State) have released what they describe as a "novel research toolkit" for Apple's iDevices - and to prove its functionality, have disclosed side-channel attacks against the company's A10 Fusion system-on-chip. "A lot of people interact with Apple's tech on a daily …

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