By John Gruber
Kolide ensures only secure devices can access your cloud apps.
It’s Zero Trust for Okta.
Jim Finkle and Joseph Menn:
Apple, which is working with law enforcement to track down the hackers, told Reuters that only a small number of its employees’ Macintosh computers were breached, but “there was no evidence that any data left Apple.”
The iPhone and iPad maker said it would release a software tool later on Tuesday to protect customers against the malicious software used in the attacks.
The recent Java exploit is the root of these recent attacks.
Update: A bit more detail, in a statement Apple provided to Jim Dalrymple at The Loop.
★ Tuesday, 19 February 2013