Today at Apple's annual press conference, Apple unveiled the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4k. Let's take a look at the new features unveiled in these products.
Adam Donenfeld, a researcher with mobile security firm Zimperium, has published today proof-of-concept code for zIVA — a kernel exploit that affects iOS 10.3.1 and previous versions.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) players looking to get a leg up on the competition by using the vHook cheating app for macOS were also infected with a cryptocurrency miner.
Will Strafach, an independent security researcher, has discovered over the weekend that the AccuWeather iOS app sends location information to a data monetization firm named Reveal Mobile.
A hacker who goes online only by the pseudonym of Xerub has released the decryption key for Apple's Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) firmware.
A new family of Mac adware is bound to cause some headaches to infected victims, as the only way to remove it and its secondary payloads is by reinstalling macOS from scratch, according to the expert opinion of Patrick Wardle, Director of Research at Synack and a well-known Mac malware researcher.
Today, Wikileaks published more documents part of its Vault 7 CIA exposé series, revealing new manuals for three tools named Achilles, Aeris, and SeaPea, part of a larger CIA project named Imperial.
On July 19, Apple released security updates for seven of its products, such as iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, Safari, iTunes for Windows and iCloud for Windows.
According to statistics released by Symantec today, the second most widespread Mac malware today is a cryptocurrency miner called DevilRobber, which saw a huge spike in activity last month.
Broadcom Wi-Fi chips embedded in Android and iOS devices are vulnerable to a bug that allows an attacker to execute code on their devices, without any interaction needed from the user.
Security researchers have finally got their hands on samples of two new strains of Mac malware that have been offered through Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) portals on the Dark Web for almost two weeks now.
Chinese authorities announced yesterday they arrested 22 people on accusations of stealing private information on Apple customers and selling the data online.
Steven Frank, co-founder of Panic, a vendor of Mac and iOS apps, has admitted yesterday that a hacker stole some of his company's source code.
Today Apple released security updates for iOS, macOS, Safari, tvOS, iCloud, and watchOS to fix a variety of vulnerabilities and to introduce new features. With these releases, Apple fixed 67 unique vulnerabilities, with many of these vulnerabilities being shared over multiple platforms.
The website of the HandBrake app has been compromised, and one of its download mirrors modified to host a version of the Proton RAT embedded in the app's Mac client.
Security researchers from Check Point have discovered a new Mac malware family that uses nag screens to obtain admin privileges, Tor to hide traffic diverted to a remote proxy, and a rogue certificate to intercept encrypted browser traffic.
Owners of Android and iOS devices should pay special attention to security updates released by Google and Apple on Monday, as they contain fixes for a series of critical bugs affecting their phone's WiFi component.
Yesterday, Apple unleashed a wave of security updates for several of its products, including the new and highly anticipated APFS file system, currently only available with iOS 10.3.
iOS 10.3, released yesterday, has thwarted a screen-locking ransomware campaign that used a bug in mobile Safari to lock users' browsers and demand a ransom paid in iTunes pre-paid gift cards.
WikiLeaks dumped 12 new documents today that provide a more in-depth look at the hacking techniques the CIA allegedly used to hack Apple devices, such as Macs and iPhones.