Bypassing security prompts in High Sierra, the latest version of macOS, is still possible with synthetic clicks thanks to a bug triggered by just two lines of code.
The US Department of Justice, Apple, and game maker Supercell, have been warned of a money laundering ring that uses fake Apple accounts and gaming profiles to make transactions with stolen credit/debit cards and then sells these game premiums on online sites for the group's profit.
In a bizarre case of what appears to be Chinese censorship gone wrong, Apple introduced a bug in iOS that could cause an app to crash if a userÂ received the Taiwan flag emoji and had their region set to China.
A day before Microsoft's was set to publish its July 2018 Patch Tuesday, Apple has also released security patches. This month, the Cupertino-based OS maker has published fixes for products such as macOS, iOS, watchOs, tvOS, Safari, iCloud for Windows, and iTunes for Windows.
Security researchers have spotted a new Mac malware family that's currently being advertised on cryptocurrency-focused Slack and Discord channels.
Apple acknowledged on Friday that some MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops have faulty keyboards and has offered free service to all affected customers.
Apple announced today that the next version of the iOS operating system âiOS 12â would automatically and securely share a caller's geo-location with 911 emergency services across the US.
Apple's macOS surreptitiously creates and caches thumbnails for images and other file types stored on password-protected / encrypted containers (hard drives, partitions), according to Wojciech ReguÅa and Patrick Wardle, two macOS security experts.
A bug exists in third-party Mac security programs from Facebook, Google, VirusTotal, and more that allow malware to appear as legitimate programs code-signed by Apple.Â
Today at the AppleÂ World Wide Developer Conference today, Apple unveiled the next version of the mobile operating system called iOS 12. This version includes numerous improvements and features and will be available on all phones that are currently able to run iOS 11
Today at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018, Apple announced a new version of the macOS operating system âversion 10.14, codenamed Mojave.
Apple has released security updates this week for seven products âmacOS, iOS, watchOS, iTunes for Windows, tvOS, iCloud for Windows, and Safari.
The creators of the encrypted email service, ProtonMail,Â have released a free version of their ProtonVPNÂ VPN software for macOS. Even though the free versionÂ does not contain the full features that you would come to expect from a paid VPN service it is more than capable of obfuscating IP addresses and your location.
Security researchers from Pangu Lab, a well-known company that provides iOS jailbreaks, said on Monday that they have found a vulnerability that they believe affects around 10% of all iOS apps.
Reports are coming in from app developers that Apple has started cracking down on applications that share location data with third-party services. The crackdown comes after Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines to include sharing location data with third-parties as a punishable offense.
Last Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook reported that the company brought in close to $150 billion in revenue and $34 billion in earnings for the first half of the fiscal year. The iPhone played prominently in Apple's revenue as the company drew approximately two-thirds of its revenue from the iPhone portfolio.
Former NSA hacker and current macOS security expert Patrick Wardle has released this week an app named Do Not Disturb that can be used to detect "evil maid" attacks âa term used to describe unknown persons that leverage physical access to hack and steal data from a device.
Apple has released earlier today a quick batch of updates meant to fix security-related bugs in macOS, iOS, and the Safari browser.
Symantec researchers have found a loophole in how iPhone users pair devices with Mac workstations and laptops. They say attackers can exploit this flaw âwhich they named Trustjackingâ to take over devices without the phone owner's knowledge.