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Apple has pushed out an update to its QuickTime software to close a dozen vulnerabilities.
Apple executives had a discussion with FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg in mid-December.
Apple says that intruders may have obtained developers' encrypted information, like names, physical and email addresses.
Apple users who downloaded the free OS X Mavericks update are receiving a phishing email that appears to come from the tech giant.
A dubious email that states its recipient has won a $200 Apple gift card, is actually a ruse to get victims to click malicious links and attachments.
Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed using the Touch ID to expand the mobile payments market on Monday, a move that could allow consumers to make a wider variety of purchases by simply scanning a fingertip.
Apple ID accounts, payment card data and other personal information are at risk for victims of a fairly convincing phishing scam being hosted on a compromised EA Games server.
Released Tuesday, the security update also addressed a buffer overflow flaw in the company's Mac OS X Server directory service.
A flaw that allowed users to break through the passcode screen was eliminated in iOS 7.0.2.
The Flashback trojan identified in 2011 is still active and infecting computers, according to a post by Mac security software company Intego.
The tech giant revealed the information via its first transparency report.
The tech giant addressed numerous bugs in Webkit, a software component that powers its Safari web browser.
Among the addressed vulnerabilities, was a bug affecting WindowServer, which could allow an attacker to execute malicious code outside the sandbox.
The refund was agreed upon under a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settlement.
The tech giant responded to Snowden leaks on "Dropout Jeep," an NSA program focused on retrieving iPhone users' data.
Discovered by researchers at Mac security software company Intego, the malware seems to be targeting supporters of Tibet and the Dalai Lama.
A fingerprint spoof created in September 2013 to bypass the Touch ID on the iPhone 5s was used to bypass the fingerprint scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S5, which was released on Friday.
Anonymity seekers will only compromise their Apple mobile devices if they download the 99-cent Tor Browser app that is still available in the App Store.
Apple released iOS 7.0.4 to address some bugs and also released a developer version of iOS 7.1, which will tackle other issues and add some new features.
Heavyweight software and social media firms, including Apple, Microsoft and Twitter, have joined in on the coalition.