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Apple files lawsuit against virtualization company Corellium for selling ‘perfect replicas’ of iOS

[2019-08-15 23:25:48]

Apple has filed a lawsuit today against virtualization company Corellium. For those unfamiliar, Corellium allows users virtualize iOS, pitching it as a research tool for security experts. Apple, however, says Corellium’s “true goal is profiting off is blatant infringement.” The post Apple files lawsuit against virtualization company Corellium for selling ‘perfect replicas’ of iOS appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple files lawsuit against virtualization company Corellium for selling ‘perfect replicas’ of iOS


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