As the holiday seasons kicks into high gear, keep in mind that shoppers are at an even higher risk of cyberattacks during this time of year. Salesforce projects that mobile users will account...
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Oleg Afonin for ElcomSoft is sceptical about the security of iOS 11: iOS 11 Horror Story: the Rise and Fall of iOS Security. If correct, pretty alarming. I shall be interested to see what reactions hit the fan… David Harley Read more
Zeljka Zorz for Help Net Security summarizes: Apple protects its Wi-Fi enabled devices from KRACK attack. Also, updates addressing vulnerabilities in Webkit, Safari, iOS, 3rd party packages in macOS, APFS… iOS update macOS update David Harley Advertisements Read more
Apple added an Emergency SOS feature in iOS 11. It provides a very cool and useful function by design, and also gives you a very easy way to quickly disable TouchID or FaceID authentication. Emergency SOS The Emergency SOS feature is designed to provide quick access to critical medical information and a way to contact
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Thomas Claburn for The Register: Apple’s iOS password prompts prime punters for phishing: Too easy now for apps to swipe secrets, dev warns – Fake login request boxes spark formal bug report Bug report on Open Radar: Apple ID password prompts can easily be replicated, phishing attacks easily possible A blog post by Felix Krause explains all: iOS Privacy: steal.password Read more