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The vulnerability allows attackers to generate rogue certificates that pass OpenSSL's validation
Apple said at WWDC it would build a more integrated and comprehensive two-factor security system into its next OS releases, and today explains what that means.
A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.
A new research paper revealed a method of fooling a VPN that two iOS developers found applies to iOS. The scope is critical, but it should be hard to exploit.
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Glenn helps Susie feel safer with his copious knowledge of OS X security. Susie helps Glenn figure out Apple Music. That's what friends are for.
Along with Apple Music came fixes for a laundry list of exploits and a long-overdue change to Apple's digital certificate policy.
The blogging platform no longer requires a Twitter or Facebook account, but still won't let you create a password.
The vulnerability has been exploited by a China-based cyberespionage group for several weeks, security firm FireEye says.
A new research paper reveals methods for OS X and iOS malware that makes it into the App Store to steal passwords and app data, as well as hijack session tokens.
Users will need to change their master passwords after the company detected a breach.
A researcher finds that Mail in iOS improperly filters HTML, allowing a pop-up menu to appear that closely mimics the iCloud log in.
A researcher says he notified Apple in January but the flaw has yet to be patched.
New functionality means that devices like the iPad 2 and iPad mini will be blocked from installing certain apps