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.
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.
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.
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.
Google and Lookout researchers published a report today revealing the activities of a new Android malware family, which they believe to be the Android counterpart of the Pegasus iOS spyware.
Lots of Android ransomware news this week even though Google feels they are pretty rare. Also some updates to tools created by Michael Gillespie (CryptoSearch & ID-Ransomware), a new PyCL ransomware being distributed via RIG, and ransomware asking for 6 bitcoin ransoms while making fun of USA sanctions on Russia.
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.
Experts from Sudo Security Group have discovered that at least 76 of the most popular iOS apps available through Apple's App Store have failed to properly implement TLS encryption and expose their users to silent MitM (Man-in-the-Middle) attacks.
Today Apple released updates for macOS, iOS, Safari, tvOS, iCloud, and watchOS to fix a variety of security holes as well as to introduce new features. With these releases, Apple fixed 56 vulnerabilities, with many of these vulnerabilities being shared over multiple platforms.
Security researchers have discovered that a very popular photo retouching iOS and Android application is collecting user data and sending it for storage to servers in China.