Don't-Miss Security Stories
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.
We’ll wait for review units to determine if the reality lives up to the hype, but an early hands-on look left us impressed.
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.
This week's roundup of Mac apps brings you a friendly clock app, software that keeps an eye on your Mac while you're away, and a way to ensure that your data has a chance to leave your hard drive before your hard drive leaves you.
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.
Dropcam could drop its own branding and merge with Nest's main mobile app.
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
Apple puts two factors front and center to secure accounts in iOS and OS X, while suggesting a longer passcode in iOS 9.
The Apple CEO is highly critical of companies that sell personal user data -- email, search queries and even photos -- to advertisers. But is Cook throwing stones in Apple's glass house?
The attackers are likely abusing Apple's iOS Developer Enterprise Program, researchers said
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