Apple Security

Mac users ‘catch up,’ now equally at risk as PC users from cyber-threats
According to research conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, users of Apple computers encounter cyber-threats just as often as the users of other platforms.
Palo Alto Networks report on ‘unprecedented’ iOS and OS X malware
Palo Alto Networks has announced the discovery of a new family of Apple OS X and iOS malware exhibiting characteristics unseen in any previously documented threats targeting Apple platforms.
Securing a new iPhone in three simple steps
Symantec has released three steps to help secure Apple accounts and devices, whether you’re a first-time owner or just upgrading.
If it wants to, Apple can read your iMessages: Quarkslab
Security researchers have discovered a flaw which they claim gives Apple Inc the technical capability to read any iMessage, casting doubt on the company’s claim that conversations that take place over iMessage and FaceTime are protected by end-to-end encryption.
Are Apple developers on the hacker hit list?
The intrusion on Apple’s developer site brings greater attention to the importance of securing developer accounts, and the potential consequences if such accounts are compromised and misused, writes Goh Su Gim of F-Secure.
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