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A weakness in Apple's Wi-Fi implementation could give hackers access to enterprise wireless networks, researchers said
Your nude selfies are now more secure.
Phishing emails masquerade as security alerts from Apple about rogue iTunes purchases, researchers from Symantec said
It's one of several security improvements expected from the company following its involvement in last week's celebrity photo theft.
Mashable's Christina Warren has more or less recreated the iCloud hack from earlier this week on her own account, armed with little more than $200 worth of available tools.
The new malware program is an OS X version of a Windows backdoor called XSLCmd, researchers from FireEye said.
Two-factor authentication will be enabled on iCloud, along with more warnings for certain account actions
Elcomsoft said it is aware pirated copies of its Phone Password Breaker software are circulating in the underground
Once more unto the password breach, dear friends, once more. Two-factor authentication might not have necessarily saved Jennifer Lawrence from getting hacked, but using it is still a good idea.
The company detailed progress in its ongoing investigation into the incident that led to publication of celebrities' private photos.
An iCloud flaw reportedly made it easier to crack users' passwords, allowing a hacker to access photos of celebrities and post them online.
At the USENIX Security Symposium, Georgia Tech researchers show how PC botnets could infect iOS devices to steal passwords.
Just like Gmail, Yahoo Mail is going to have an encryption option supplied by Google's End-to-End Chrome extension modified for Yahoo's service.