Developers will have to use Xcode 14.1 or newer to submit apps to App Store starting April 25

Apple will now require developers to use Xcode 14.1 or newer to submit apps to App Store. Requirements will be enforced starting April 25, 2023.

This update might affect existing CI/CD pipelines or apps being built with previous Xcode releases. Development teams now have a month to verify that codebases are compatible with modern SDKs and Xcode.

Apple Developer: App Store submission requirement starts April 25

Samsung, LG, Mediatek certificates compromised to sign Android malware

Multiple platform certificates used by Android OEM device vendors to digitally sign core system applications have also been used to sign Android apps containing malware.

The biggest problem here is the fact that, are signed with the same platform certificate and assigned the highly privileged 'android.uid.system' user id, these apps will also gain system-level access to the Android device. Which mean that they can check and do much more than standard apps.


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