WhatsApp added another layer of protection for users in late 2016, quietly introducing a new feature that encrypts messages and contacts when uploading this data to Apple's iCloud servers, according to a Forbes report.
The developers of HandBrake have advised Mac-based users that they may be infected with a backdoor after an unknown attacker replaced a HandBrake software installation package with a variant of the Proton RAT malware.
A Trend Micro researcher may have stumbled across a new alliance in place between petty criminals and their more sophisticated cyber cousins that could prove mutually beneficial.
A researcher has discovered a new variant of the "Dokument.app" dropper that was recently found delivering OSX/Dok Mac malware, but Apple reportedly neutralized the threat by revoking the malware's the ill-gotten certificate.
A vulnerability note was issued by CERT/CC for the Pandora music streaming service Apple iOS app for failing to properly validate SSL certificates provided by HTTPS connection.
Apple on Monday released security updates for multiple products, and in the process also reconfigured iOS to address a pop-up issue that scammers were abusing to lock users out of their Safari mobile browsers in an attempt to extort money.
Questions continue to swirl surround a mysterious Mac-based remote-access trojan (RAT) malware program called Proton, which Apple addressed in a recent update to its anti-malware program XProtect.
A phishing scam impersonating iTunes is attempting to trick Canadian Apple users into giving away their personally identifiable information, in order to get a refund on movies they never actually paid for.
A federal judge in Chicago issued an opinion last week that would deny the government's attempt to force Apple device owners from providing a fingerprint to unlock their device.
Macs are officially no longer immune to XAgent, a backdoor malware linked to the Russian threat group APT 28, as researchers have now discovered a version targeting machines running on OS X.
The attacks that took place and malware spotted during last several months of 2016 were a harbinger of things to come in 2017, with more IoT attacks, Mac products being targeted and more Android malware.
Researchers have identified what they believe is the first in-the-wild instance of hackers using malicious macros in Word documents to execute malware on Mac computers, instead of Windows-based machines.
A researcher has reported finding 76 iOS programs that, despite using the TLS security protocol, are vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks that intercept and modify data in motion
Apple quietly removed the Activation Lock Status checker feature leaving some speculating it may have been used for hacking. .
Anyone owning an Apple device probably needs to patch it.
Researchers are warning about a buffer overflow vulnerability in iPads that would an allow an attacker to bypass Apple's Activation Lock.
Apple users over the last few weeks have reportedly been besieged with spam hitting their iCloud calendars in the form of unwanted invites, after cybercriminals figured out that they could send their junk offers directly to recipients' iCloud accounts.
iPhones running on iOS 9.3.5 and earlier remain vulnerable to the Masque Attack, through which unscrupulous third-parties replace genuine App Store apps with their own malformed, yet seemingly authentic software programs.
Without users noticing, a new attack enables malware to switch on Apple webcams.
Apple is pushing out its new macOS Sierra as an automatic download.
Mac users are claiming a Dropbox function that loads the desktop client of its cloud storage service on the accessibility menu of their system works like malware.
Apple responded to a Chinese television broadcasters allegations that the company is storing users information through its location tracking services.
Risk is with us, whether physical or online, says Doug Johnson, American Bankers Association. James Hale reports.
Apple has fixed two critical vulnerabilities in Safari 6, as well as flaws in iOS 6.
Cyber criminals are always looking for ways to fill their pockets, but SMBs seem to be a prime target.
A researcher contacted BlueToad, a Florida app developer, after spotting clues that stolen Apple UDIDs came from the company. The revelation may clear the FBI of any fault.
Fraudsters are capitalizing on the trusted names of two major smartphone providers to spread malware.