Apple last week updated its iTunes software to version 12.6 for its macOS products as well as Windows devices, in both cases fixing the same 17 vulnerabilities.
Alley-OOPS! March Madness fans scouring the web for bracket contests and live game streams instead may find themselves all fouled up by online scams, Zscaler reported in a blog post this week.
Digital rights and privacy groups reacted with indignation after the U.S. Senate passed a joint resolution that would undo FCC rules banning telecom and ISP companies from selling consumers' data without their consent.
A spate of malicious apps falsely posing as mod programs for the popular world-building game Minecraft were downloaded by users roughly 990,000 times on Google Play before they were reported earlier this month.
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