We expect a level of control when it comes to publishing content, and sometimes we don’t want some things published — even if we’ve uploaded them to a service.
It has become an annual event to see SplashData publish the worst passwords of a given year, and 2018 is certainly no different.
While Apple has shifted away from Touch ID for its newest products, the feature is still very popular and still very common out there in the real world.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General: ‘Cannot Accept’ a Culture Where Tech Companies ‘Defeat Legitimate Law Enforcement’
Some companies feel the customer is the product, and others, like Apple, don’t subscribe to that sensibility. And, as such, rely on security and data privacy to differentiate themselves.
DriveSavers has just announced that it has a new tool that will make it possible to access a locked iOS device, even if the password has been forgotten, is generally unknown, or the device owner has died.
Remember Grayshift? The firm first popped up onto the radar back in March of this year, thanks to its “GrayKey” iPhone unlocking box.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, sat down with CNN to discuss a variety of topics, which included many hot button issues, including the spy chip story, privacy, and more.
Apple Makes it Possible for Customers to Download Personal Data in U.S., Australia, Canada, and New Zealand
Personal data is important, both in making sure it is secure and having access to it. Apple has made the first a priority for years, and now the latter is also becoming a possibility in more areas.
TLS stands for Transport Layer Security, and it has a variety of versions out there in the wild. But Apple is aiming to trim the fat, so to speak.