The official SAIFE Management Java SDK by SAIFE calls the SAIFE Management API which provides access to SAIFE's security IP-based platform. This enables an application to generate its own keypair, establish itself on the Continuum, and securely communicate with peers. The current version is 2.0.1.
Earlier this month, hacker Alexey V. Borodin discovered a method that allows some iOS app users to make "In-App Purchases" for FREE. Because Apple does not link purchases directly to individual customers or devices, a single receipt can be used for multiple transactions. Borodin's method takes advantage of this fact by fooling iOS apps into accepting fake purchase receipts and bypassing Apple’s authentication servers.
Last year, Google announced that Android app developers would need to target recent APIs starting mid-2018. That time has come and Google has not changed its tone. Facebook has indicated that its main app will target API level 26, Android Oreo 8. Other Facebook apps should follow suit