Side effects of Apple’s security philosophy
The rigid control of software and hardware in Apple devices is both an obstacle to exploitation and a way for high-profile threat actors to persevere inside.
With iOS 14.5 release, Apple will prevent Google from seeing users’ IPs during Safe Browsing checks
Researchers who had a sneak peek at iOS 14.5 beta revealed an interesting feature that relates to handling Google Safe Browsing traffic in Safari.
iOS update reveals a trio of now-patched security vulnerabilities
The recent releases of iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 fix three security loopholes that, according to Apple, may have been used in real-world attacks.
iMessage zero-click exploit weaponized to surveil journalists
Dozens of journalists at Al Jazeera reportedly fell victim to an eavesdropping campaign with a notorious iMessage interaction-less exploit at its core.
Apple enforces new rigid app privacy requirements
From now on, developers will have to be fair and square about their privacy practices when submitting new apps or updates to Apple’s App Store.
Long-standing Safari bug could fuel misinformation campaigns
The mobile version of Safari is susceptible to a link-sharing feature flaw that could be abused to spread fake news headlines on a large scale.