Coming soon to an iPhone, iPad or Mac near you, Apple has announced three new user and data security features.
Eufy is choosing not to fix a potential security issue with its camera products yet, but is offering more transparency into data storage.
Mac Geek Gab co-host Dave Hamilton is really excited about Rapid Security Response coming in iOS 16.2. Ken is as well, though he seems argumentative about it anyway. Also – societal norms around smartphones are still being hammered out, in Dave’s estimation. He’ll drive a conversation about those.
A security researcher revealed that Eufy misleads customers, sending videos from its so-called local-only camera products to the cloud.
Apple recently issued a Rapid Security Response to iOS 16.2 beta 3. However, it contains no security fixes, simply a test of the new feature.
Apple acknowledged that iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1 include a fix for a zero-day vulnerability that might have been actively exploited already.
A hospital network’s web tracker leak may have transmitted personal details for millions of patients to Google, Meta and others.
Hot on the heels of one recently-discussed iOS VPN flaw, a security researcher finds many Apple apps communicating outside the VPN tunnel.
Thanks to a recently-published vulnerability in macOS Archive Utility, we see yet again the importance of regularly running Software Update.
Apple’s Lockdown Mode coming in with iOS 16 can make iPhone users enabling the feature easy to fingerprint and identify.