On January 23, 2018, Apple released a third set of updates for macOS that backported previous Meltdown patches to older versions of the macOS operating system.
In an ABC interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Cook apologized once again for the battery slowdowns and stated a future iOS will allow users to disable this "feature".
Reminiscent of the old "Effective Power" bug that has long caused iMessage apps to crash on iOS devices, a new bug nicknamed chaiOS has surfaced this week with similar repercussions.
We are barely two weeks into 2018, and security researchers have already spotted the first new Mac malware strain this year. Called OSX/MaMi, all evidence points that this is still a work in progress, but one that comes with some pretty intrusive features, if ever completed and activated.
Apple announced today that it will hand over the operation of iCloud services for Chinese users to a local Chinese company as part of the company's efforts to comply with Chinese law.
A bug has been discovered in macOS 10.13.2 that allows you to unlock the App Store system preferences using any username and password as long as you are logged in as a local admin. This means that if your account is an admin and you leave the computer unattended, anyone can change App Store settings on the Mac without your knowledge.
Apple has released today security updates to mitigate the effects of the Spectre vulnerability that affects processors deployed with Apple devices such as smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers.
Apple has finally released an official statement on the company's mitigations status regarding the recently disclosed Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
Apple released a press release today where they apologized over the confusion regarding the slow down of iOS as a iPhone's battery begins to fail. They also announced that starting in 2018 they will reduce the costs of battery replacements from $79 to $29 for phones that need a new battery.
Cyber-security firm Cybereason says it received multiple cease and desist letters from an Israeli company they suspect of being behind the OSX/Pirrit adware strain.
Google security researcher Ian Beer has published proof-of-concept code for a rooting exploit that works both iOS and macOS devices.
The most relevant security update is thOver the course of the last four days, Apple has released updates to address security issues for several products, such as macOS High Sierra, Safari, watchOS, tvOS, and iOS.e one to macOS, as it also permanently fixes the bug that allowed attackers to access macOS root accounts without having to
A bug in the latest versions of macOS High Sierra allows users to create a root account with no password by repeatedly pressing a button in the preferences panel.
Details have emerged about one of the vulnerabilities patched by Apple in macOS on October 31, with the release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, Sierra 10.12.6, and El Capitan 10.11.6.
iOS versions 11.0.3 and 11.1 are affected by a bug that replaces the letter "I" with "A[?]" in text messages.
The website of Eltima, a maker of macOS and Windows apps, has been compromised by an unknown actor to spread a trojanized version of Elmedia Player, a multimedia player for macOS.