Apple is one of many companies moving to shut down SSL 3.0 for good.
The tool provides an alternative to traditional social sign-in
Apple's use of a one-time token instead of your account number makes stealing the data from midair a pretty pointless exercise.
The credentials leaked by an alleged hacker online were likely stolen from other services, the company said.
If there's no such thing as bad publicity then Apple's got it made.
The tool will help prospective buyers of used iPhones and iPads to determine if the devices were lost or stolen
Apple says it will protect its customers information. Naturally, huge fail.
This smart-home system is built on a shaky foundation.
The vulnerability posed little risk to most users.
Intego has seen some proof-of-concept exploits for OS X using Bash