Apple addressed a bevy of security bugs late last week, after issuing updated versions of its current operating systems, Safari browser and other core products, as well as security enhancements for two older OS offerings.
Apple found itself in damage control mode today after the source code, called iBoot, for the iPhone's operating system was somehow posted to Github potentially giving anyone the ability to spot vulnerabilities.
A quirky bug in Apple's Messages application is allowing a malicious GitHub link to cause crashes and other bothersome behavior on both macOS and iOS machines.
Eight banking apps and one virtual private app were found to contain a hidden vulnerability in their TLS protections, which can be exploited to perform MITM attacks, according to academic researchers who created a new black-box tool capable of detecting the flaw.
When it comes to avoiding mobile malware no company anywhere on the planet is immune.
Apple's release of iOS 11 patched an out-of-bounds write vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips that, if exploited, could have allowed attackers within range to execute arbitrary code on the firmware.
Some Apple product owners have found themselves on the receiving end of a new ransom attack that has someone locking their device most likely using stolen iCloud credentials and the initiating the Find My iPhone remote lock feature.
A new, simplified two-factor verification sign-in feature for phones that eliminates the need for passwords or one-time code entries is now officially available for Microsoft account-holders.
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.
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
The ShoreTel Mobility Client for iOS is improperly validating SSL certificates provided by HTTPS connections, leaving the product susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks.
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.
Ministers have been banned from wearing Apple watches - and presumably any other sort of 'smart' watch or device - during Cabinet meetings in an overabundance of caution over hacking attacks.
Apple is pushing out its new macOS Sierra as an automatic download.