Don't-Miss Security Stories
The mobile carrier says it was testing the tracking technology, but it didn't rule out reintroducing permacookies in the future.
WireLurker and Masque Attack show the different paths Apple has taken for app security, and how Apple could loosen the reins of iOS without putting most users at additional risk.
The company advised that people stick to trusted sources for downloading apps
Thousands of users may be infected with malware that collects data from an iOS device, Palo Alto Networks said--though the malware is only found in a third-party app store that offers free versions of premium software.
It's a feature, not a bug, but Glenn Fleishman thinks Apple should at least give users a choice.
The organization ranked 39 digital communication tools based on security features and best practices
A full disclosure is likely to be published in January.
A Virginia judge says forcing people to incriminate themselves violates the 5th Amendment.
No gimmicks, just life: We put Apple Pay through its paces to figure out if the future of mobile payments is here.
Authenitication apps streamline the process of getting that all-important second login code.
The merchant group behind the upcoming Apple Pay rival spills more details about fines, credit cards, and future features.
SMS forwarding is great on its face, but it could weaken two-factor authentication schemes—and that's not the only problem.
Apple is one of many companies moving to shut down SSL 3.0 for good.