Apple does a pretty good job keeping the iOS ecosystem locked, but that does not mean it’s completely safe from vulnerabilities. Cyber security firm Fireeye posted on its blog some information related to a new possible threat for iOS. Developers for this platform searched for way to push patches to users faster and not wait for Apple’s approval each time. These practices do not meet the security standards that Apple enforces. By using open source solution JSPatch, developers could allow malicious apps be installed right from the Apple App Store.
How does JSPatch work?