Apple is disputing claims that it ordered manufacturers to lower the accuracy of its face-recognition to make the iPhone X easier to make.
With the launch of iOS 11 and the Apple Watch, researchers note Apple's iOS 11 update included eight CVEs that patched vulnerabilities in iBooks, Mail MessageUI, Messages, MobileBackup, Safari, and Webkit.
Positive Technologies' Timur Yunusov says ApplePay's security measures mean that on paper it appears to have the perfect defence. But that's not case.
A Trend Micro researcher may have stumbled across a new alliance in place between petty criminals and their more sophisticated cyber cousins that could prove mutually beneficial.
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Hackers, purporting to be part of a Turkish crime family, are threatening to remotely wipe 200 million iPhones following an alleged breach of iCloud security.
London's Metropolitan Police grab a suspect while on the phone, and continuously swipe to keep his phone open, so they can grab data from the phone.
A man who allegedly hacked into the iCloud account of Pippa Middleton, sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, has been arrested.
Cambridge researcher Sergei Skorobogatov has released a paper detailing a proof-of-concept, which is accompanied by a YouTube video explaining how he is able to crack the iPhone 5c passcode screen.
Four out of five surveyed hackers agreed that Apple was right to refuse the FBI's request for a backdoor into the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone. Yet 52 percent said they would help the FBI crack an iPhone's password for a fee.
Kaspersky researchers spotted a wave of attacks that has affected more than 130 organisations in at least 30 countries.
The FBI recently pressed for a 29-year-old Los Angeles woman to provide her fingerprint to open her phone after she was sentenced in an identity theft case.
UPDATED: The FBI apparently purchased a zero-day exploit from grey hat hackers to crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, raising questions about ethics and implications for privacy.
The 'encryption versus privacy' battle is now moving to a new level in the Commons and US Congress
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Apple Thursday asked a federal judge to toss out her order compelling the company to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
IOActive researcher says he could crack the iPhone belonging to a deceased terrorist who killed 14 in San Bernardino, California late last year in a bid to resolve a dispute between Apple and the FBI.
The row between Apple and the FBI has steered attention to Bill Gates on whether Apple should unlock an iPhone as part of the San Bernardino case.
Apple ordered by US judge to help investigators access encrypted data on an iPhone used by San Bernadino shooters.
Jailbroken iPhones are being hit with a new iOS trojan called TinyV, according to several industry experts.
Edward Snowden's appearance on last night's Panorama, and his phone hack allegations fail to shock security experts.
A hacker, going by iH8snow, demonstrated how to jailbreak iOS 9 in a YouTube video published Thursday night.
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As many as 225,000 Apple iPhone users have had their account details hacked in what is said to be the biggest attack of its kind against the firm's user base.
The gradual shift to biometric authentication continues with the news that two UK banks will allow customers to sign-in to their accounts by using Apple iPhone's fingerprint recognition technology.
At least one in twenty devices used by the customers of major European banks is riddled with malware, according to new claims from one security company.
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NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden reportedly refuses to use Apple's iPhone because he fears the handset can be monitored by spy agencies.
Questions have been raised about the security of Apple's iCloud service, after a hacker posted nude pictures of celebrities to the 4Chan forum, claiming they were obtained after a hack of the iCloud system.
Malicious AdThief malware replaces adverts appearing on Apple users screens