It was reported last week that Apple was dropping a copyright lawsuit against Corellium, a company that sells virtual iOS devices. However, the case seems to have had a turnaround as Apple on Tuesday filed a notice of appeal in this case.
Corellium Stories August 17
Security company Corellium is offering to pay security researchers to check Apple CSAM claims, after concerns were raised about both privacy, and the potential of the system for misuse by repressive governments.
The company says that there are any number of areas in which weaknesses could exist, and they would like independent researchers to look for these…
Corellium Stories August 10
Apple has been fighting with Corellium in the courts since August 2019 after the virtualization company started selling virtual iOS devices to security researchers. Following its first defeat last year, Apple is now dropping the copyright lawsuit against Corellium and its virtualization software.
While most of the concerns about governments misusing CSAM scanning to detect things like political opposition have related to foreign governments, some have suggested that it could become an issue in the US, too.
Matt Tait, COO of security company Corellium, and a former analyst at British NSA equivalent GCHQ, says the Fourth Amendment means that this could not happen in the US …
Corellium Stories January 25
Corellium, a company that offers solutions for virtualization of ARM devices and platforms, today announced that its iOS virtualization tool will now be available to individual plan subscribers. Previously, only users with enterprise accounts were able to request a virtualized iOS device.
Corellium Stories May 5, 2020
Apple’s lawsuit against virtualization company Corellium has taken a surprising turn, as the Department of Justice claims that photos Apple wants to introduce into evidence may have ‘national security concerns.’
The DOJ wants Apple to hand over the photos before introducing them into evidence so that it can examine them before deciding whether the government has an interest in the case …
Corellium Stories December 30, 2019
The intensity of the lawsuit that Apple has filed against software virtualization company Corellium has reached another level as the latter’s CEO says a recent DMCA from Apple claims that it is “engaging in trafficking” and that Apple is trying to set a precedent to “eliminate public jailbreaks.” Corellium CEO Amanda Gorton has penned an open letter expressing her belief that “Apple’s latest filing against Corellium should give all security researchers, app developers, and jailbreakers reason to be concerned.”
Corellium Stories August 15, 2019