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Tag: security

  1. Google’s Chromebooks are still spying on grade school students

    Google is successfully dumping millions of low-cost Chromebooks on U.S. schools, enabling the mass collection and storage of information on children without the consent of their parents…

  2. It’s official: Everyone hates this purportedly leaked ‘iPhone 8’ design

    Perhaps for the first time ever, loyal Apple fans are praying…

  3. Apple might fail to pull off bold plan to integrate Touch ID into the display this year

    The woes that Apple is reportedly facing in trying to embed its Touch ID technology directly into the display…

  4. That apple.com link you clicked on? Yeah, it’s actually Russian

    Didn’t we fix this back in 2005? Apparently not…

  5. The absurd iPhone 8 rear-mounted fingerprint sensor rumor

    It’s still about five months away from the expected launch of the 2017 iPhone…

  6. No, Apple won’t move the Home button and Touch ID to the back of the ‘iPhone 8’

    While it is theoretically possible that the technical limitations of putting Touch ID into…

  7. How to use the Opera browser’s free, built-in VPN on your Mac

    Following the March 28 U.S. Congress vote to repeal restrictions preventing Internet Service Providers…

  8. Apple should offer their own VPN service to iOS and Mac users for security and privacy

    Virtual Private Network, or VPN for short, isn’t a new technology but it has been coming up more and more…

  9. Antivirus software won’t save your Mac from future malware, but a variety of other protective software could prevent incursions

    Apple has managed to avoid attacks that first appear in the wild, usually nipping them…

  10. How to protect your Apple iCloud account from hackers

    There’s more than enough reason to exercise caution…

  11. How to protect your iCloud account, as some hacked credentials confirmed valid

    While the available evidence suggests that hackers have not gained direct access to more than 600 million…

  12. Apple: ‘Turkish Crime Family’ hackers did not breach iCloud, usernames and passwords likely obtained from compromised third-parties

    Apple is reassuring customers that its systems have not been breached while a hacker, or hackers…

  13. Hackers threaten to wipe millions of iPhones and iCloud accounts if Apple doesn’t pay up by April 7th

    A hacker or group of hackers is apparently trying to extort Apple over alleged access to a large cache of iCloud…

  14. WikiLeaks to give Apple, Google, others 90-day deadline to fix flaws revealed in ‘Vault 7’

    WikiLeaks promise to give tech companies access to exploits in their systems before being made public…

  15. Pwn2Own hackers uncover macOS and Safari exploits

    The seventeenth annual CanSecWest security conference is underway..

  16. How to securely erase data from your Mac and external drives

    Everyone needs to securely erase data at some point — even on a Mac…

  17. Apple hires security guru Jonathan Zdziarski

    I’m pleased to announce that I’ve accepted a position with Apple’s Security Engineering and Architecture team…

  18. Apple joins group of companies supporting Google in resisting FBI email warrant

    Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Cisco have filed an amicus brief supporting Google…

  19. 36 widely-used Android devices ship with malware preinstalled

    The Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention has recently detected a severe infection in 36 Android devices…

  20. Choosing the best VPN for your Mac

    Mac users can get somewhat complacent about security, but they shouldn’t…

  21. What WikiLeaks’ CIA data dump tells us: Encryption works

    If the tech industry is drawing one lesson from the latest WikiLeaks disclosures…

  22. Julian Assange says WikiLeaks will share CIA hacking tools with tech companies

    WikiLeaks will provide technology companies with exclusive access to CIA hacking tools…

  23. Apple working to close remaining CIA exploits exposed by WikiLeaks, but difficulties remain

    Just after 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning, mobile phones belonging to executives on Apple…

  24. WikiLeaks raises prospect of teaming with tech giants, including Apple, to thwart CIA hacker-spies

    The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks raised the prospect Wednesday of sharing sensitive details…

  25. FBI’s James Comey: ‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America’

    All of us have a reasonable expectation of privacy in our homes, in our cars, and in our devices. But…

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