After demonstrating that an app can download malicious code after being accepted into the App Store, developer Charlie Miller found out that his iOS developer credentials were pulled by Apple.
Miller announced that he was removed from the Apple Developer Program via Twitter. Security experts usually share found exploits with the company that is responsible for the flaw. Instead, Charlie created and published an app showcasing the flaw. [Twitter via Cult of Mac]
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