During the tests performed by Cure53, five vulnerabilities were found. Only one vulnerability needed immediate action.
Named after the DNS address it uses—22.214.171.124—it promises a quick and easy privacy fix.
Apple built a new Safari anti-tracking feature into its browser. Advertisers aren’t happy about it, which means it’s great for users.
Apple’s T2 security chip has been added to the new MacBook Air. It’s also in newer MacBook Pro models. And it can prevent eavesdropping.
It’s currently in closed beta and will be released in December.
At a privacy conference in Brussels, Belgium Tim Cook spoke about privacy, saying that data mining is weaponized against us.
A tech lobby group has introduced a privacy regulation framework. The idea is to help form privacy legislation that lawmakers are working on.
The secret? Silent notifications. But there’s an easy fix.
Apple updated its privacy website on Wednesday. The site now details security improvements in macOS Mojave and iOS 12, end-to-end encryption for Screen Time and Group FaceTime, improvements to no-tracking for websites, and more. It also includes links for managing your privacy with Apple devices and services, and Apple’s transparency in privacy report. It’s great to see the effort Apple is putting into protecting user privacy, especially since so many other companies are playing fast and loose with our data.
In light of the recent breaches and hacks at Facebook, it’s a good idea to enable two-factor authentication on Facebook for security.
While suspects can be forced to unlock their iPhones, cops have been instructed not to look directly at iPhones to avoid Face ID lock out.
Are you looking to boost your iPhone’s security by using a VPN? VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) have been around for decades now and you may have heard of them already. They help everyone, from individuals to big businesses, protect their security and privacy and have gone on to become an essential part of the cybersecurity system for many.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to discuss what’s behind Google shutting down its Google+ social network platform, plus they explore a new report saying an iPad Pro with a USB-C port is coming in October.
The case was an attempt to bring legal action against Google over claims that it collected the sensitive data of over 4 million iPhone users.
Whether you’re managing passwords or encrypting files, we’ve got you covered.
A couple things that stood out to Andrew were Apple’s removal of Alex Jones, and Apple’s Chinese data centers.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about Tim Cook’s Vice interview, plus they explore John’s new found love for the iPhone XS Max’s giant screen.
During an investigation, the FBI forced a suspect to unlock his iPhone with Face ID. This could be a significant precedent for law enforcement.
macOS Mojave’s privacy protection feature means that apps have to ask permission to access certain data, similar to how it works on iOS.