The news of the week is discussed, including Schneier’s DDoS article, a patched IE/Edge zero day, a new OS X malware detection method, and Google’s Project Zero prize.
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Today’s release of iOS 10 also included patches for seven vulnerabilities and the news that security updates will now be delivered by HTTPS connections.
A researcher says the future of OS X malware detection may be rooted in patterns and heatmap visualization.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab on Wednesday confirmed that an OS X variant of a recently discovered family of cross-platform backdoors exists.
Apple has patched the Trident vulnerabilities in OS X and Safari. The flaws were originally disclosed in iOS and used to spy on a UAE human rights activist.
Competing zero-day acquisition programs pay out much more than Apple’s new bug bounty program, but researchers used to submitting bugs gratis to Apple aren’t complaining much.
Apple patched a critical iOS memory corruption vulnerability privately disclosed by jailbreak specialists Pangu Team.
Apple closed out Black Hat today with a long-awaited announcement that next month it will launch a bug bounty.
Mike Mimoso, Tom Spring, and Chris Brook preview Black Hat 2016, including Ivan Krstic’s talk on Apple/iOS security, Dan Kaminsky’s keynote, IoT, PAC malware, and more.
Apple fixed dozens of vulnerabilities across its software on Monday, including 60 vulnerabilities in its operating system, OS X, and 43 in its mobile operating system, iOS.