Safari, Edge, and Firefox were the favorite targets that fell to white hat hackers at the world's most well-known competitive hacking competition —Pwn2Own 2018— held over the past two days in Vancouver, Canada.
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.
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
Apple just released iOS 11.1 & macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, which includes a variety of fixes, over 70 new emojis, and numerous security updates. Also released today are new updates for tvOS, watchOS, Safari, iTunes, and iCloud.
The Project Zero team at Google has created a new tool for testing browser DOM engines and has unleashed it on today's top five browsers, finding most bugs in Apple's Safari.
Apple published security updates and bulletins for six products such as Xcode 9, tvOS 11, watchOS 4, Safari 11, iOS 11, and iTunes 12.7 (for both macOS and Windows).
Microsoft has declined to patch a security bug Cisco Talos researchers discovered in the Edge browser, claiming the reported issue is by design. Apple and Google patched a similar flaw in Safari (CVE-2017-2419) and Chrome (CVE-2017-5033), respectively.
Security researchers have discovered two flaws that affect the extension systems embedded in today's browsers, such as Firefox, Safari, and all the Chromium-related offshoots, such as Chrome, Opera, and others.
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.
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.
Apple appears to have been keeping deleted browser history in users' iCloud accounts, for as long as a year, according to Vladimir Katalov, CEO of ElcomSoft, a company that makes forensics and data recovery tools for Apple products.
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.
Browser autofill profiles are a reliable phishing vector that allow attackers to collect information from users via hidden fields, which the browser automatically fills with preset personal information and which the user unknowingly sends to the attacker when he submits a form.
Today Apple released the macOS Sierra 10.12.2, iTunes 12.5.4, Safari 10.0.2, and iCloud for Windows 6.1 updates that include fixes for numerous vulnerabilities. Many of these vulnerabilities are shared throughout multiple Apple products.
Today Apple has released security updates today for OS X Server, Safari, OS X El Capitan, Xcode, tvOS, watchOS, and iOS that resolve critical vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution. All of these updates are available now and should be installed immediately.
Apple released security updates today for Safari, OS X, and iOS that resolve critical vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution. Remote code execution vulnerabilities allow an attacker to create specially crafted web sites or files that could allow the attacker to execute commands and programs on vulnerable platforms.
Today Apple released numerous security updates that resolve a total of 142 vulnerabilities in their iOS, watchOS, OSX, iTunes, and Safari products. Some vulnerabilities are the same throughout various Apple products if they share a similar codebase.