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Vietnamese state-sponsored malware campaign targeting Macs

Researchers have unearthed a new Mac backdoor sample in the wild that’s believed to have ties with a Vietnamese state-funded cybercrime group OceanLotus.

David Balaban
David Balaban

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.

David Balaban
David Balaban

macOS Big Sur: release date, compatible devices list, and security updates

With macOS 11 Big Sur official release being likely around the corner, let’s go over the list of supported Macs and its game-changing security features.

David Balaban
David Balaban

Malicious apps fly under the radar of Apple’s notarization mechanism, again

Operators of the OSX/MacOffers Mac adware family have duped Apple’s automated security checks into notarizing six rogue apps posing as Flash installers.

David Balaban
David Balaban

Dozens of security loopholes discovered in Apple’s services

A crew of ethical hackers have probed Apple’s proprietary web infrastructure and spotted a host of flaws, some of them categorized as critical.

David Balaban
David Balaban

Researchers found an unfixable bug in Apple’s T2 Security Chip

A team of hackers has recently brought jailbreak-style techniques to the Mac by exploiting an unorthodox flaw in the T2 Security Chip.

David Balaban
David Balaban