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Today, Apple has released security updates that fix two actively exploited iOS zero-day vulnerabilities in the Webkit engine used by hackers to attack iPhones, iPads, iPods, macOS, and Apple Watch devices. […]
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Apple has fixed a zero-day vulnerability in macOS exploited in the wild by Shlayer malware to bypass Apple’s File Quarantine, Gatekeeper, and Notarization security checks and download second-stage malicious payloads. […]
Apple’s iCloud Mail service is suffering an outage since this morning, preventing some people from sending and receiving emails. […]
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Researchers say they reported what they consider to be a privacy hole to Apple in 2019, but never heard back. They worked on a fix anyway.
UK coronavirus app update apparently included “feature creep” that’s explicitly prohibited by Apple’s and Google’s programming rules.
Mozilla volunteers have recently been flooded with requests by online merchants and marketers for their domains to be added to what’s called a Public Suffix List (PSL) due to recent privacy changes brought forth by Apple’s iOS 14.5. […]