Posts Tagged ‘security’

There’s a new 0-Day exploit for iOS Mail app but Apple already has a fix coming for it. Here’s everything you need to know.

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The 2020 iPad Pro can disconnect its microphone to prevent snooping. Here’s how this much-needed security feature works.

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iOS 14 will reportedly add new 1Password-like features to iCloud Keychain. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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There’s a new Android malware doing the rounds, and it’s being installed by people who are going outside the Google Play Store for their apps.

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Here’s how to set up Face ID so that it can detect your face even while you are wearing a face mask to protect yourself against the spread of coronavirus.

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The battle between the FBI and Apple continues, with the bureau still not able to get access to two iPhones relating to the Pensacola terrorism case. Here are the details.

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Apple reportedly dropped its plans to add end-to-end encryption for iCloud after complaints from the FBI. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple’s lawsuit against Apple hardware virtualization company Corellium has taken a turn today with the company’s CEO penning an open letter. In that letter, they say that security researchers and app developers should have “reason to be concerned.”

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As always, here are the worst passwords of the year 2019. Check here to see if yours is on the list.

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A company now claims that it is able to extract data from devices running iOS 12 through iOS 13 even when they are locked, using the checkm8 exploit that affects the majority of A-series chips.

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The Apple Bug Bounty program is now open to all, with rewards being increased up to a whopping $1.5 million. Here are all the details on this.

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A new report goes into details about tests carried out by an AI company. The results show that some airport and payment systems can be fooled, but Apple’s Face ID cannot.

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