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- OSX and iOS Kernel Programming Book
- Getting started in macOS security
- Macintosh operating systems
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OSX and iOS Kernel Programming Book
Learn how to incorporate your own conversational interfaces into iOS applications. With the introduction of SiriKit and the Speech framework, iOS developers now have huge opportunities to work with conversational interfaces in their apps.
The latest advancements in natural language processing and machine learning allow for the development of complex conversational interfaces. All example code now rewritten in Swift 4 is available on GitHub for you to download, study, and run.
Want to brush up on the basics? For readers who already know how to code and create apps, this book explains how the app industry works, how it is evolving, and what the key trends are. Learn Design for iOS Development guides you through the design processes that you can apply to design your own apps brilliantly.
Ready to build truly stunning apps for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch? This cookbook—written exclusively in Swift 3—provides more than proven solutions for tackling the latest features in iOS 10 and watchOS 3. Mobile forensics is used within many different domains, but is chiefly employed in the field of information security. By understanding common attack vectors and vulnerability points, security professionals can develop measures and examine system architectures to harden security on iOS devices.
This book is a complete manual on the identification, acquisition, and analysis of iOS devices, updated to iOS 8 and 9. You will learn by doing, with various case studies. The book covers different devices, operating system, and apps. There is a completely renewed section on third-party apps with a detailed analysis of the most interesting artifacts. By investigating compromised devices, you can work out the identity of the attacker, as well as what was taken, when, why, where, and how the attack was conducted.
Game Kit and Game Center can help you reach new customers through social interaction, so this book shows you how you can quickly add a level of polish to your app that used to take weeks of hard work and late nights.
Implementing a leaderboard and achievement system has never been so simple! Gone are the days of writing your own server. Learn how to quickly implement many advanced social networking concepts into your apps. Furthermore, learn how to avoid pitfalls commonly encountered by new Game Center developers.
The experiential nature of this work sets it apart from other iOS and watchOS books. We discover and summarize the most common problems and derive the solutions; not just a short answer and screenshot, but a systematic, logical derivation, that is, how we got to the solution.
Apple Pay, one of the most talked about offerings of the latest iOS 9 release, is a digital wallet and electronic payment system developed by Apple Inc. Paying in stores or within apps has never been easier or safer. Gone are the days of searching for your wallet, and the wasted moments finding the right card! Now you can use your credit cards and rewards cards with just a touch. Implementing Apple Pay within apps for payment is a bit tricky, but our book solves this problem for you.
Whether you are a brand new iOS app developer or a seasoned expert, this book arms you with necessary skills to successfully implement Apple Pay in your online-payment workflow.
Whether you are a brand new iOS app developer or a seasoned expert, this book arms you with the necessary skills to successfully implement Apple Pay. We will use Xcode and Objective C for the interface and Node. You will then learn how to determine whether the customer can use Apple Pay, and how to create payment requests.
You will come to grips with designing a payment-processor program to interact with the payment gateway. Finally, we take a look at a business-focused view of Apple Pay protocols and classes. By the end of this book, you will be able to build a fully functional Apple Pay-integrated iOS app. Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common iOS development tasks. Quizzes and Exercises help you test your knowledge.
Notes present interesting information related to the discussion. Tips show you easier ways to perform tasks. Cautions alert you to possible problems and give you advice on how to avoid them.
Printed in full color—figures and code appear as they do in Xcode 7. With the millions of apps in the crowded Apple iTunes App Store, it can be difficult to get your apps noticed. How can you make your app stand out from the crowd and get it the reviews it deserves?
Examine the characteristics and constraints of the iOS platform and how to leverage its strengths to maximum effect in your apps. Once you get the iOS Wow Factor into your apps, you can watch your app adoption rate increase and gain the traction it needs to succeed and earn a profit in the Apple iTunes App Store.
But it has been difficult to find detailed and useful knowledge about them—until now. Kyle Richter and Joe Keeley focus on intermediate-to-advanced techniques that professional iOS developers can use every day. Their far-reaching coverage ranges from social support to security, Core Data to iCloud—even Apple Watch. Organized as a convenient modular reference, nearly every chapter contains a complete Objective-C sample project. A multi-chapter Game Center case study shows how multiple iOS features can be combined to do even more.
Book Description: Examine how to keep iOS devices safe in the physical world, including creating company policies for iPhones; assessing and defending against cyber vulnerabilities and attacks; working with preinstalled as well as third party tools; and strategies for keeping your data safe including backing up and screen locks.
Managing and maintaining iPhones and iPads in a corporate or other business environment inherently requires strict attention to security concerns. Managers and IT professionals need to know how to create and communicate business policies for using iOS devices in the workplace, and implement security and forensics tools to manage and protect them.
The iPhone and iPad are both widely used across businesses from Fortune companies down to garage start-ups. All of these devices must have secure and monitorable ways to connect to the internet, store and transmit data without leaks, and even be managed in the event of a physical theft.
Book Description: Learn how to incorporate your own conversational interfaces into iOS applications. Primarily iOS developers, product and innovation managers, and UX experts. Create, arrange, draw, layer, and animate views that respond to touch Use view controllers to manage multiple screens of interface Master interface classes for scroll views, table views, text, popovers, split views, web views, and controls Dive into frameworks for sound, video, maps, and sensors Access user libraries: music, photos, contacts, and calendar Explore additional topics, including files, networking, and threads Stay up-to-date on iOS 11 innovations, such as: Drag and drop Autolayout changes including the new safe area Stretchable navigation bars Table cell swipe buttons Dynamic type improvements Offline sound file rendering, image picker controller changes, new map annotation types, and more All example code now rewritten in Swift 4 is available on GitHub for you to download, study, and run.
Book Description: Cover every aspect of the app industry, from app idea generation through to marketing and performance monitoring. All the key technical aspects are simplified for you with non-technical backgrounds, and vast amounts of information are condensed into easy-to-understand visuals. Review how the app industry nuances and how it works Analyze app statistics and key market trends Position an app appropriately within the industry Improve app performance and related products and services.
Book Description: Unearth some of the most significant attacks threatening iOS applications in recent times and learn methods of patching them to make payment transactions and personal data sharing more secure.
When it comes to security, iOS has been in the spotlight for a variety of reasons. Although a tough system to manipulate, there are still critical security bugs that can be exploited. In response to this issue, author Kunal Relan offers a concise, deep dive into iOS security, including all the tools and methods to master reverse engineering of iOS apps and penetration testing.
Security professionals, Information Security analysts, iOS reverse engineers, iOS developers, and readers interested in secure application development in iOS. Book Description: Understand and solve many different kinds of iPhone and iPad problems. This book covers both general troubleshooting techniques applicable in a wide variety of situations as well as specific fixes for topics such as networking, apps, photos, the battery, and syncing.
Fix cellular and networking connections Incorporate accessories effectively Solve battery and charging issues Clear up syncing and iCloud glitches. All example code is available on GitHub for you to download, study, and run. Create, arrange, draw, layer, and animate views that respond to touch Use view controllers to manage multiple interface screens Master interface classes for scroll views, table views, text, popovers, split views, web views, and controls Dive into frameworks for sound, video, maps, and sensors Access user libraries: music, photos, contacts, and calendar Understand further topics, including files, networking, and threads.
Book Description: Mobile forensics is used within many different domains, but is chiefly employed in the field of information security. What you will learn Identify an iOS device between various models iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and verify the iOS version installed Crack or bypass the protection passcode chosen by the user Acquire, at the most detailed level, the content of an iOS Device physical, advanced logical, or logical Recover information from a local backup and eventually crack the backup password Download back-up information stored on iCloud Analyze system, user, and third-party information from a device, a backup, or iCloud Examine malicious apps to identify data and credential thefts.
After the introductory basics, each chapter delivers a problem statement and a solution. The experienced developer may, without losing anything, skip to whatever problem with which they are currently dealing.
At the same time, we guide the less experienced developer through the process with focus on solving problems along the way. Book Description: Apple Pay, one of the most talked about offerings of the latest iOS 9 release, is a digital wallet and electronic payment system developed by Apple Inc. Book Description: Covers iOS 9.
Book Description: With the millions of apps in the crowded Apple iTunes App Store, it can be difficult to get your apps noticed.
Getting started in macOS security
XNU is a hybrid kernel , containing features of both monolithic kernels and microkernels , attempting to make the best use of both technologies, such as the message passing ability of microkernels enabling greater modularity and larger portions of the OS to benefit from memory protection , and retaining the speed of monolithic kernels for some critical tasks. With macOS , the designers have attempted to streamline some tasks and thus BSD functions were built into the core with Mach. OSFMK 7. Although much of it has been significantly modified, code sharing still occurs between Apple and the FreeBSD Project as of [update]. K32 was the default kernel for K64 has several benefits compared to K .
Many people used to ask me where to start learning about macOS security or exploitation, what are the trainings or books out there that can help with this topic. If you are interested in offensive macOS research, you are stuck with blog posts and conference talks. I thought I will try to collect some resources that can help people to get started in this field. Similarly to the trainings there are not really books about macOS exploitation. There are two, but they are rather dated. The rest are mostly programming guides, or covering macOS internals.
Macintosh operating systems
Learn how to incorporate your own conversational interfaces into iOS applications. With the introduction of SiriKit and the Speech framework, iOS developers now have huge opportunities to work with conversational interfaces in their apps. The latest advancements in natural language processing and machine learning allow for the development of complex conversational interfaces.
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The purpose of this document is to provide fundamental high-level information about the OS X core operating-system architecture. It also provides background for system programmers and developers of device drivers, file systems, and network extensions. In addition, it goes into detail about topics of interest to kernel programmers as a whole. This is not a document on drivers. It covers device drivers at a high level only.
In the middle of last month, Apple Computer Inc. The "X" is read as "ten"; it will be the successor to the current implementation, Mac OS 9. The goal is to provide for the Macintosh platform all the modern bells and whistles, such as preemptive multitasking, memory protection, virtual memory and task scheduling. But the presence of these much-desired features isn't the same thing as having them function reliably; just ask any Windows 98 user. Macintosh users have had to weather many missteps while waiting for an operating system with these features, so users have high expectations. At the heart of Apple Computer Inc. A custom 4.
OS X and iOS Kernel Programming combines essential operating system and kernel architecture knowledge with a highly practical approach that will help you write effective kernel-level code. Youll also learn how to write your own kernel-level extensions, such as device drivers for USB and Thunderbolt devices, including networking, storage and audio drivers. Discover classical kernel architecture topics such as memory management and thread synchronization. Become well-versed in the intricacies of the kernel development process by applying kernel debugging and profiling tools. Write code that interacts with hardware devices Examine easy to understand example code that can also be used in your own projects. Create network filtersWhether youre a hobbyist, student, or professional engineer, turn to OS X and iOS Kernel Programming and find the knowledge you need to start developing your own device drivers and applications that control hardware devices. For your convenience Apress has placed some of the front matter material after the index.
OS X and iOS Kernel Programming combines essential operating system and kernel architecture knowledge with a highly practical approach that will help you.
The family of Macintosh operating systems developed by Apple Inc. The system, rebranded "Mac OS" in , was preinstalled on every Macintosh until and offered on Macintosh clones for a short time in the s. Noted for its ease of use, it was also criticized for its lack of modern technologies compared to its competitors. The current macOS is preinstalled with every Mac and is updated annually. Apple's effort to expand upon and develop a replacement for its classic Mac OS in the s led to a few cancelled projects, code named Star Trek , Taligent , and Copland.