If you haven’t heard, Apple unveiled two new iterations of the iPhone at one of the Cupertino company’s typically grandiose product events yesterday. As usual, there was plenty of hype to go around, but the biggest change as far as security is concerned is the addition of a fingerprint scanner on the high-end new iPhone 5S.
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Packet Storm made public today a proof-of-concept exploiting a known and patched heap buffer overflow vulnerability in Apple’s Safari browser.
A bug in Apple’s Core Text technology is at the core of denial of service conditions on iOS and Mac OS X caused by a string of Arabic text making the rounds online.
Facebook complied with 79 percent of the government requests for user data it received, according to its first transparency report.
Apple claims it will fix a previous disclosed flaw in its mobile operating system that can allow hackers complete access to an iPhone or iPad via a fake USB charger.
Researchers in Germany discovered a weakness in how iOS generates default passwords for mobile hotspots.
An iPhone user has managed a screen-lock bypass on the beta version of Apple iOS 7, which has been available since Monday.
A convenience feature native to iOS combined with a directory of carrier-specific SSID preloaded onto iPhones could lead to some devices automatically connecting to rogue networks spoofing a legitimate Wi-Fi access point.
Apple released QuickTime 7.7.4 for Windows, which patched a handful of vulnerabilities, some which could have led to arbitrary code execution and caused the program to unexpectedly terminate.