Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso discuss the Apple OSX and iOS patches, the continuing OpenSSL Heartbleed soap opera and the Verizon DBIR report.
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Apple has fixed a serious security flaw that’s present in many versions of both iOS and OSX and could allow an attacker to intercept data on SSL connections.
Apple has updated its Safari browser, dropping a pile of security fixes that patch more than 25 vulnerabilities in the WebKit framework.
An email phishing scam uses a realistic-looking Apple login page in order to pilfer Apple ID usernames and passwords before moving on to steal user credit card information.
Hackers were able to compromise a server used by Electronic Arts Games this week and rig one of its websites to resemble an Apple log-in page to dole out phishing attacks.
UPDATE–The iOS platform has been remarkably resistant to malware infections over the years and attackers interested in mobile devices mainly have focused their efforts on Android. But the developer of a little-known bot that has the ability to run on Linux and Windows machines now has a version that apparently can run on iOS as[...]
Keen Team, a group of Chinese hackers, took down Apple Safari and Adobe Flash at the annual Pwn2Own contest.
The Early Random Pseudo-Random Number Generator in Apple iOS 7 returns predictable outcomes threatening kernel exploit mitigations native to the mobile operating system.
Apple has fixed a slew of vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution on the iPhone, along with a number of other security vulnerabilities in the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 7.1. The new release comes just a little more than two weeks after Apple released iOS 7.06 to fix the SSL certificate validation error.
The GnuTLS bug is being joined at the hip to the recent Apple goto fail bug, but experts hoping to stem off confusion say the two vulnerabilities are different despite having the same consequences.