The world of macOS malware has a new member that makes no effort to keep appearances and looks rather like a bare-bones version that is still under development.
A researcher published exploit code for a vulnerability in WebKit, the web browser engine that powers Apple's Safari, along with other apps on macOS, iOS, and Linux.
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.
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.
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.
A Trojan pretending to be a macOS cryptocurrency ticker called CoinTicker is installing two backdoors on the macs of unsuspecting users.
A bug in Google Search has been discovered that breaks search result links when using Safari in macOS if the link contains a plus symbol.
A security researcher shows on Mojave's release day that Apple's latest privacy protection implementations in macOS are not sufficiently strong.
A new attack has been discovered that will cause iOS to restart or respring and macOS to freeze simply by visiting a web page that contains certain CSS & HTML. Windows and Linux users are not affected by this bug.
Apple removed today the #1 selling anti-malware app called Adware Doctor from the Mac App Store because it was gathering browsing history and other sensitive information without a user's permission and then uploading it to someone in China.
Felix Rieseberg, a software engineer at Slack has released Windows 95 as an app for Windows, Mac or Linux. It's a 100MB Electron app that you can install and run on Windows, Mac or even Linux computers.
In a mocking and hilarious Chromebook ad, Google takes aim at the various issues Windows and macOS users encounter while using these operating systems.
Security researchers have discovered a precursor of the notorious Proton macOS malware. This supposed precursor appears to have been developed back in 2016, a year before Proton, and uploaded on VirusTotal, where it remained undetected for nearly two years until May 2018, when Kaspersky researchers stumbled upon it.
Security researchers have spotted a new Mac malware family that's currently being advertised on cryptocurrency-focused Slack and Discord channels.
macOS Mojave includes a feature called Dynamic Desktop that causes your wallpaper to cycle through 16 images of the same scene throughout a day. When developer Timothy Johnson saw this he decided he wanted to write a similar program that would work with Windows 10. Thus the WinDynamicDesktop.was born.
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 Reguła and Patrick Wardle, two macOS security experts.
Today at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018, Apple announced a new version of the macOS operating system —version 10.14, codenamed Mojave.
Apple has released security updates this week for seven products —macOS, iOS, watchOS, iTunes for Windows, tvOS, iCloud for Windows, and Safari.
The creators of the encrypted email service, ProtonMail, have released a free version of their ProtonVPN VPN software for macOS. Even though the free version 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.
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 —a term used to describe unknown persons that leverage physical access to hack and steal data from a device.