A coalition of 150 tech companies and privacy champions sent a letter to President Obama urging him to reject any proposals mandating backdoor access to software and devices.
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Apple has issued a series of bulletins for its Safari browser fixing various security vulnerabilities in its WebKit rendering engine.
A Congressional hearing on encryption and “frontdoors” produced a generous amount of the usual “crazy” from lawmakers and law enforcement.
Researchers stumbled upon a vulnerability recently that can force any iPhone or iPad into a perpetual reboot loop.
Apple recently fixed a cookie vulnerability that existed in all versions of Safari – iOS, OS X, and Windows – that may have affected 1 billion devices.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab disclosed some details on the so-called Darwin Nuke vulnerability in Apple OS X and iOS.
Apple said it will not backport fixes for a hidden backdoor API discovered in OS X.
If left unpatched and exploited one of the vulnerabilities fixed in this week’s iOS update could’ve rendered an iPhone near useless.
Apple released Yosemite 10.10.3, which included security updates for 80 vulnerabilities in OS X.
When it was revealed late last month that a Chinese certificate authority had allowed an intermediate CA to issue unauthorized certificates for some Google domains, both Google and Mozilla reacted quickly and dropped trust in CNNIC altogether, Apple has kept the root certificates in its trusted store for both iOS and OSX. Apple on Wednesday released[…]