Apple is the most mimicked brand in phishing scams
According to recent findings of security analysts, Apple customers are in the epicenter of brand-based phishing attacks in Q1 2020.
No chance for snoops: new iPad Pro disables the microphone when not in use
iPad models released in 2020 come with a hardware microphone disconnect feature that prevents eavesdropping when the device’s case is closed.
Apple paid white hat hacker $75,000 for unearthing zero-days
Ethical hacker has recently earned a fortune for finding three exploits in Safari that might allow a real attacker to access the camera on iPhone or Mac.
Safari privacy update: a game-changing step forward
This article contains a roundup of important privacy enhancements delivered to Mac users with the recent release of Safari 13.1.
COVID-19 scam emails to beware of
Find out what types of coronavirus themed scam emails are currently doing the rounds so that you can easily identify these hoaxes and avoid being defrauded.
WordPress Security Basics
Read this post and find how hackers attack WordPress websites and how to prevent these attacks using the CIA (Confidentiality, integrity and availability) security model
Remove fuq.com virus on Mac/iPhone and stop FuQ redirects in Safari/Chrome/Firefox
Remove fuq.com redirect and popup virus on Mac OS X and prevent web browsers from routing Internet traffic to this adult resource automatically.
How to remove “Your Apple iPhone is infected” virus popups
‘Your Apple iPhone is infected’ popup ads are most likely part of a stratagem backed by adware and aimed at commission-based promotion of junk apps.
How to ensure your internet anonymity (and possibly save money)
VPNs provide anonymity on the Web and help protect private data like passwords, emails, billing data, and more.
Remove email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org fake email scam
Beware of scam emails that appear to come from email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and entice Apple customers into clicking a malicious link.