06 Jun 2019

Researchers Finds Thousands of iOS Apps Ignoring Security

A new report by Wandera shows that two in three iOS app developers are knowingly violating an Apple mandate to add end-to-end encryption to their applications. In an attempt to ensure the security of iOS apps, Apple has built the App Transport Security (ATS) feature into the Swift development platform.

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05 Jun 2019

Experts weigh in on Apple’s private sign-in feature

At the recent Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, the company announced a new feature called “Sign in with Apple,” which is supposed to provide Apple users with a privacy-friendly alternative to the popular Login with Facebook and Sign in with Google options that many websites offer. While the Facebook and Google

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04 Jun 2019

Apple macOS security protections can easily bypassed with ‘synthetic’ clicks, researcher finds

MacOS is vulnerable is to an attack that can allow hackers to bypass built-in security features aimed at preventing apps from obtaining unauthorized access to user data, the webcam or the microphone. The security mechanism is designed to force apps to request explicit approval for such access. The user can

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19 Feb 2019

Huawei regularly tried to steal Apple trade secrets: Report

According to a new report by The Information, Chinese tech giant Huawei has employed various tactics to steal confidential information regarding Apple products and their parts. The Chinese firm tried to get information from Apple suppliers and even from assembly line workers in Foxconn factories where Apple products are produced. While Huawei

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08 Feb 2019

Google Spots Attacks Exploiting iOS Zero-Day Flaws

On Thursday, Apple released iOS 12.1.4, the latest version of it’s mobile operating system, which patches four discovered security holes. Two of the vulnerabilities were connected to the recently uncovered FaceTime bug that allowed users to turn on the microphone and camera of the person they were calling. The other

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07 Feb 2019

New macOS zero-day allows theft of user passwords

A recently published video demo shows that macOS, the Apple operating system for desktop computers, suffers from a security flaw that could enable malicious applications to access passwords for various users of a computer through the macOS password management system called Keychain. For the exploit to work, the malicious app

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31 Jan 2019

Apple knocks Facebook with shutdown over app privacy flap

Once again, Facebook has been caught up in a privacy-related scandal of sorts. However, this time Facebook was reprimanded not by a regulatory body, but by another tech firm. Apple is preventing Facebook from offering its Facebook Research app to iPhone users, citing a “clear breach” of Facebook’s agreement with the

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29 Jan 2019

Disable FaceTime Now! Bug Lets Callers Snoop On You Without Permission

FaceTime users may want to turn off the app on their iOS device to prevent threat actors from spying on them. Apple is preparing an out-of-bound patch for a major iOS security flaw affecting FaceTime. The bug allows callers to tune in to the audio and video feeds from the microphone and

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24 Jan 2019

Apple Patches Dozens of Vulnerabilities in iOS, macOS

Apple has released security patches and other fixes for a host of flaws affecting iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, Safari and iCloud. Many of the 31 iOS patches fixed arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities affecting various features including Bluetooh, FaceTime and Kernel. Other iOS security flaws that were addressed could have enabled

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19 Oct 2018

New Apple Portal Lets Customers Download All Their Data

“Apple users can now download a copy of their data through the tech company’s revamped privacy portal, TechCrunch reports. This privacy portal is already available for European citizens, as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation law went into effect in May of this year. However, it is not available for every region

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