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Apple sues virtualization firm Corellium for selling iOS and iTunes knockoffs

[2019-08-15 23:34:57]

Apple on Thursday filed a lawsuit claiming software virtualization firm Corellium, which markets its wares to security researchers, infringes on copyrights covering iOS, iTunes and other Apple assets.

Apple sues virtualization firm Corellium for selling iOS and iTunes knockoffs


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