Apple released security updates for macOS High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Safari, Windows iCloud, Safari and other Appel operating systems to address multiple vulnerabilities.
Another chink has developed in the Apple operating system's usually tough ability to ward off cyber-security issues with a new cryptocurrency miner being discovered that is hitting macOS devices.
It has long been established that plugging one's iPhone into an unknown computer or hardware device exposes that mobile phone to potentially malicious cyber-activity.
Apple addressed a bevy of security bugs late last week, after issuing updated versions of its current operating systems, Safari browser and several core apps, as well as security enhancements for two older OS offerings.
Independent researchers collected £190,000 in bug purchases this week at the annual Pwn2Own contest at CanSecWest in Vancouver.
Apple pulled the popular Mac scheduling app "Calendar 2" amid controversy surrounding the apps buggy cryptomining feature.
Security patches introduced by Apple and Google reduced instances of jailbreaking and minimised firmware flaws, but the use of mobile ransomware, banking malware, and malicious apps by cyber-criminals shot through the roof in 2017.
Human rights activists are concerned that the Chinese government's regulation requiring that Apple host its citizen's iCloud accounts on servers in China could make it easier for that nation to track down dissenters.
Apple just released a patch to fix its crash bug that allowed specially crafted messages to disable access to iMessage and other messaging apps.
Much like a horror movie in which a close nit group of friends steal something for a good time only to open Pandora's Box, the story behind how Apple's iBoot source code leaked plays out similar to the plot of 28 Days Later.
A strange spam campaign that targets Apple customers has been found distributing phishing emails containing an Apple receipt that bills US$ 9.99 (£7) to an Edward Snowden residing at a US address.
Apple's proprietary iBoot source code which loads iOS when iPhones are powered on, leaked on GitHub yesterday, exposing the code to cyber-criminals looking to jailbreak iPhones or to exploit vulnerabilities in the booting process.
A cyber-criminal managed to infiltrate the Mac app download site MacUpdate and install maliciously copies of the Firefox, OnyX, and Deeper applications that were in fact cryptocurrency miners.
Apple once again has released security updates for Safari, watchOS, iOS, various macOS systems, and tvOS to address various security issues, some of which could allow an attacker to take control of an infected system.
A quirky bug in Apple's Messages application is allowing a malicious GitHub link to cause crashes and other bothersome behaviour on both macOS and iOS machines.
Apple followed up on its promise last week and rolled out updates for macOS High Sierra, Safari and iOS to patch the Spectre vulnerabilities CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715 in Intel's processor family.
Apple released security updates for its mobiles, set top box and Window's iCloud platform shortly after rolling out another patch for the KRACK exploits.
Apple has continued to roll out patches to fix the KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCKs) series of vulnerabilities, this time in its AirPort Base Station firmware.
Apple released security updates to patch vulnerabilities in its iOS, mac OS, tvOS and watchOS platforms, some of which could have been used to remotely exploit the affected devices.
A collection of vulnerabilities dubbed Mailsploit, found by German security researcher Sabri Haddouche in 30 types of email client applications - from Apple Mail to Mozilla Thunderbird - lets hackers bypass anti-spoofing mechanisms.
A day after a developer revealed a root access flaw in macOS High Sierra version 10.13.1, Apple released an emergency patch, which it plans to push out today.
A root access flaw in Apple's macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 makes it possible for anyone to log into the system by typing "root" into the name field.
Apple iOS 11, Apple has QR scanning functionality enabled by default which Elad Ben-Meir says can effectively make anyone scanning the QR code matrices with Apple devices vulnerable to unknowingly uploading malicious code.
Apple has finally addressed the KRACK vulnerabilities in its latest macOS High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, iOS 11.1, tvOS and watchOS.
Apple is disputing claims that it ordered manufacturers to lower the accuracy of its face-recognition to make the iPhone X easier to make.
Apple's new operating system for iPhones and iPads contains a Quick Response (QR)-scanning based 'backdoor' that could be used by cyber-criminals.
Apple issued a supplemental security update for macOS High Sierra 10.13 to patch two issues, one of which fixes a keychain password issue discovered last week.
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.
Apple's iOS 11.01 seems to have addressed previous problems that prevented users from sending emails from Outlook.com and Exchange accounts along with at least one potentially critical security flaw.
Launched just days ago, the latest release of Apple's operating system for Macs contains a known zero-day vulnerability that could allow attackers to exfiltrate passwords from the user's keychain.