For anyone who has used iOS for any length of time, they’ve probably seen at least one pop-up notification requesting their username and/or password, all of these typically presented by Apple.
Before the end of August, it was confirmed that Uber, the popular ride-hailing service, would be removing a privacy feature that allowed it to continue to track a user’s location for several minutes after a trip had ended.
Security firm Duo Security analyzed more than 73,000 Macs, and the results showed that, in total, 4.2 percent of the machines were running insecure firmware that left them vulnerable to Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) attacks.
One of Apple’s tentpole features, which spans all of its product lines, is privacy for its users. To help point people towards that particular goal, Apple has launched a new consumer-facing privacy site.
Apple officially released macOS High Sierra to the public today, and a vulnerability has already been discovered in the software.
Security is one of the most important aspects to our devices, as well as our cloud storage accounts, and unfortunately some Mac owners are running into nefarious individuals trying to hold their computers, and accounts, for ransom.
The Hack in the Box security conference is set to take place later in August, but, ahead of the event, one attendee has managed to complete quite the feat.
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The ever-evolving scenario within the Transportation Security Administration, which has been working with device bans of some sort for months now, continues.
The European Union could be on its way to bringing data encryption across the board and completely ban backdoor access to devices. The proposal was submitted by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs. This is pertaining to Article 7 of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights, which states every citizen’s right to personal privacy.