Apple fixed 66 vulnerabilities – many found at March’s Pwn2Own competition – across seven product lines, including Safari, iTunes, macOS, and iOS, on Monday.
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Apple takes countermeasures to neutralize OSX/Dok HTTPS-snooping malware by revoking a hijacked certificate updating its XProtect built-in anti-malware software.
Apple fixed hundreds of bugs, 223 to be exact, across macOS Sierra, iOS, Safari, watchOS, and tvOS on Monday.
The latest Wikileaks dump of Apple hacking tools, the LastPass vulnerabilities, and a new Android security report are discussed.
Today’s WikiLeaks Vault 7 Dark Matter release shows the CIA’s capabilities to attack and persist on Apple iPhone and Mac firmware and an apparent interdiction of the iPhone supply chain.
RSA 2017 is previewed and last week’s report on iOS apps being vulnerable to interception attacks, macro malware coming to MacOS, and new Uber open source module are discussed.
More than 70 iOS apps are vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks where TLS connections can be intercepted and sensitive data stolen.
Apple released updates across its product lines, including iOS 10.2.1, patching a number of critical code execution vulnerabilities in the kernel, libarchive and WebKit.
Researchers say iTunes and Apple’s App Store suffer from a persistent input validation and mail encoding web vulnerability. If exploited, it could allow an attacker to inject their own malicious script.
Threatpost writers recap 2016’s biggest news stories, including the proliferation of IoT botnets, ransomware, the FBI vs. Apple story, and more.