The Apple Watch Series 4 appears to have tapped into an emerging cultural theme. And it will accelerate. John explains the significance.
This is the first time Apple has published a security guide so quickly after an iOS launch.
Apple’s got a relatively new way that you can scrub your data from their servers, which includes all of your iTunes purchases, your iCloud info, and so on, and Melissa Holt will show you how.
The portal will let law enforcement around the world to submit lawful requests for data, track requests, and get responsive data from Apple.
You can now get Instagram verification inside the app and a new form of two-factor authentication. The social network is rolling out changes to its app.
Here’s what the bad guys are trying to do with this attack and what you can do to avoid it.
The teenager from Melbourne, Australia, who hacked in to Apple’s servers didn’t compromise any personal data, according to the iPhone and Mac maker.
Instagram accounts are getting hacked in big numbers right now so you should enable two-factor authentication on your account. Read on to learn how.
For today’s Quick Tip, we’re going over a little-known feature of AgileBits’ 1Password—the so-called demo vault that you can use to show off the iOS app without revealing your own data. We love 1Password for features like this one!
You can’t simultaneously have strong end-to-end encryption and a way to break or circumvent that encryption.
MacOS gives you the option to Allow or Deny a program’s access to certain features. But what if malware clicked the Allow button itself?
John collects the interesting news articles that didn’t make the TMO headlines this week, the technical news debris. This week, the topics are all over the map, but one theme remains. Money. So dig in!
According to eMarketer, a market research company, an estimated 79 million Americans will use a P2P payment service this year.
Google Chrome is gradually changing the alert in the search bar regarding the security of its website connection. John had mixed feelings about the early announcements.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Siri co-founder Tom Gruber leaving Apple, plus they explain why strong passwords are so important.
A security researcher analyzed over 200 million Venmo transactions. She discovered something disturbing.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about Tim Berners-Lee’s push to make a new world wide web, plus look at a report saying there’s an easy workaround to iOS 11.4.1’s USB Restricted Mode.
iOS 11.4.1’s USB Restricted Mode blocks anyone from using the Lightning port to hack into your iPhone or iPad, but a security researcher says it’s stunningly easy to work around.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at the potential security threats in iOS 12’s Security Code AutoFill, plus they have some thoughts on Samsung smartphones randomly sending out photos.
A report says you can bypass the iPhone’s passcode attempt limit by connecting the device to a computer and sending the passcodes from there instead of the device’s on-screen keyboard, but it’s wrong.