iOS – Data Leakage: App background cache

Today I want to share a simple way to retrieve user data from a native iOS cache image, automatically generated when your app goes in background.

You can retrieve this kind of informations if your phone was lost or Jailbreaked or connecting it to your pc and open an old backup. You can use tools like iBackup Viewer and more…

Let’s see how it works!

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CoreML – Twitter sentiment analysis

Today a post about the new Apple framework – CoreML – a machine learning framework to use your trained data-model inside iOS apps.

https://developer.apple.com/machine-learning/core-ml/

Documentation: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/coreml


The example of today is about machine learning to identify the mood of a collection of tweets (#apple, @apple, #covid-19, #love, etc…).

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Connect to Wifi network from code – Swift

With the NetworkExtension framework, you can customize and extend the core networking features of iOS and macOS. Specifically, you can:

  • Change the system’s Wi-Fi configuration
  • Integrate your app with the hotspot network subsystem (Hotspot Helper)
  • Create and manage VPN configurations, using the built-in VPN protocols (Personal VPN) or a custom VPN protocol
  • Implement an on-device content filter
  • Implement an on-device DNS proxy

The NetworkExtension framework is available in macOS and iOS, but not all features are available on both platforms and some features have specific restrictions (for example, some features only work on supervised iOS devices). The documentation for each feature describes these restrictions.

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