Today Apple released updates for their core products that includes iCloud, Safari, iTunes, macOS Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, Shortcuts for iOS 2.1.2, tvOS 12.1.1, and of course iOS 12.1.1.
iOS fitness apps were discovered that ask you to provide a fingerprint to continue or access your data, but instead pop up a subscription screen that automatically charges a saved credit card for over $100 USD.
When Dropbox hired a security firm to perform a Red Team cyber attack simulation on their services, little did they know that they would discover zero day vulnerabilities in Apple products that could affect much more than Dropbox.
A new tip was spreading around Twitter today that blew my mind and a lot of others; simply pressing and holding any key on the keyboard allows you to easily move the text cursor around like a mouse.
With Jamf Now, you will benefit from easy deployment, device and app management, device settings, inventory, and security for Apple devices— important aspects for any organization.
The day after iOS 12.1 was released, a researcher disclosed a new passcode bypass method that allows you to easily view the phone numbers and email addresses of a device's contacts even when the device is locked.
Today Apple released updates for core products that include iOS 12.1, Safari 12.0.1, iCloud for Windows, iTunes, watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1, and macOS.
Apple has released a new data & privacy portal that can be used to download data that is linked to your Apple ID. This data can include transaction history, Apple app history, AppleCare history, marketing data, and more.
Apple has released a new round of security updates for iOS 12 and iCloud that resolve numerous vulnerabilities. For iOS, these updates resolve two passcode bypasses and for iCloud there are numerous, including critical, vulnerabilities that were fixed.
A security researcher shows on Mojave's release day that Apple's latest privacy protection implementations in macOS are not sufficiently strong.
A new round of security updates is available from Apple, fixing bugs in Safari, watchOS, tvOS, and iOS. Some of the vulnerabilities were disclosed ahead of these releases, creating a window of opportunity for ill-intended users.
Today is a special day for all Apple fans out there as the tech giant has unveiled the new iPhones and smartwatch, along with the watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 operating systems. Apple just launched the new Apple Watch Series 4, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the more affordable iPhone XR.
With the release of Chrome 69 for iOS, Google has moved the browser's navigation bar to the bottom of the user interface and people are not happy about it.
An unpatched vulnerability in the Safari web browser allows an attacker to control the content displayed in the address bar, a security researcher discovered. The method enables well-crafted phishing attacks that are difficult to spot by the average consumer.
An idle Android smartphone sends user data back to Google servers nearly ten times more frequently as an Apple device sends data back to Apple servers.
Apple has purged its Chinese App Store of fake gambling and lottery software. The company also banned a number of developers that tried to peddle these apps through its market.
In a mocking and hilarious Chromebook ad, Google takes aim at the various issues Windows and macOS users encounter while using these operating systems.
A cryptographic bug affects the Bluetooth implementations and operating system drivers of Apple, Broadcom, Intel, Qualcomm, and possibly other hardware vendors.
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.
Security researchers have spotted a new Mac malware family that's currently being advertised on cryptocurrency-focused Slack and Discord channels.