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Hackers may have exploited security flaws - Apple

Users of some models of iPhone, iPad and Mac are being urged to run "important" security update.

  Apple Released Security Updates For iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS

Apple Watch, iPad, iPhone, and Mac users will receive the latest updates, which include a few new features and a number of bug fixes.

Apple's New "Lockdown Mode" Protects iPhone, iPad, and Mac Against Spyware

Apple introduces a new security feature called "Lockdown Mode" on iPhone, iPad and Mac devices to protect high-risk users from spyware attacks.

Microsoft Defender adds network protection for Android, iOS devices

Microsoft has announced the introduction of a new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) feature in public preview to help organizations detect weaknesses affecting Android and iOS devices in their enterprise networks.

Factory reset iOS devices without a password using this app deal

Restore access to locked iOS devices. Get MobiUnlock: Unleash Your Apple Device (Lifetime Subscription) for $39.95 (Reg. $69). 

iPhones Vulnerable to Attack Even When Turned Off

Wireless features Bluetooth, NFC and UWB stay on even when the device is powered down, which could allow attackers to execute pre-loaded malware.

DoorLock Bug that Disables iPhones & iPads Running HomeKit on iOS 14.7

On 10th August, a new report was published in which Apple declared that they had released security updates to address a persistent denial of service (DoS) dubbed "DoorLock."

Latest Apple iOS Update Patches Remote Jailbreak Exploit for iPhones

A critical remote jailbreak exploit chain attack has been patched in the latest Apple iOS update.

WhatsApp rolls out iOS, Android end-to-end encrypted chat backups

​WhatsApp is rolling out end-to-end encrypted chat backups on iOS and Android to prevent anyone from accessing your chats, regardless of where they are stored.

Emergency Apple iOS 15.0.2 update fixes zero-day used in attacks

Apple has released iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 to fix a zero-day vulnerability that is actively exploited in the wild in attacks targeting Phones and iPads.

Researchers find Apple Pay, Visa contactless hack

An attacker could bypass the iPhone lock screen and make large payments above the contactless limit.

Pegasus Spyware Uses iPhone Zero-Click iMessage Zero-Day

The new exploit was deployed against iOS versions 14.4 & 14.6, blowing past Apple's new BlastDoor sandboxing to install spyware on iPhones.

Apple to Scan Every Device for Child Abuse Content

Apple has introduced a new feature in iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS that automatically scans data on every device for child abuse content.

Apple security updates: iOS 14.7 fixes WiFiDemon flaw

Apple has released security updates for macOS Big Sur (11.5), Catalina (10.15) and Mojave (10.14), as well as iOS (14.7) and iPadOS (14.7).

WhatsApp is bringing "view once" mode for its iOS beta users

WhatsApp users with the iOS beta app will now be able to send photos and videos that disappear once they have been viewed with the latest "view once" mode along with a redesigned in-app notification.

Google Chrome on iOS is getting an enhanced privacy feature

​Google Chrome for iOS now allows you to lock your incognito tabs behind Face ID so other people can't snoop on what sites you are visiting.

Beware! Connecting to This Wireless Network Can Break Your iPhone's Wi-Fi Feature

Beware! Connecting to This Wireless Network Can Break Your iPhone's Wi-Fi Feature | Read latest news headlines on latest news and technical coverage on cybersecurity, infosec and hacking.

Apple Issues Urgent Patches for 2 Zero-Day Flaws Exploited in the Wild

Apple releases emergency patches for two zero-day vulnerabilities found in the wild

Apple privacy protections in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8

Apple previewed new privacy protections in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, which help users control access to their data.

6 Unpatched Flaws Disclosed in Remote Mouse App for Android and iOS

As many as six zero-days have been uncovered in an application called Remote Mouse, allowing a remote attacker to achieve full code execution without any user interaction. The unpatched flaws, collectively named 'Mouse Trap,' were disclosed on Wednesday by security researcher Axel Persinger, who said, "It's clear that this application is very vulnerable and puts users at risk with bad authentication mechanisms, lack of encryption, and poor default configuration."

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