Apple has taken a strong step to counter the kind of zero click attacks against iPhone security used by some of the world’s most dangerous hackers and state-backed assailants.
Most Mac attacks consist of adware and most continue to rely on user error, but more sophisticated exploits seem to be emerging, report warns.
Apple’s boffins have figured out how to use an Apple Watch to authenticate a Face ID iPhone in a new feature that’s being tested right now.
A series of quick and easy security suggestions every Apple user should follow.
74% of organizations with predominantly Mac users say they will increase device count at their organization, a new report claims, with most tech security chiefs calling the platform the most secure.
The fact that most of the attacks attempted at the Mac are little more than adware (and MacKeeper) shows the strength of platform security, but don’t be complacent about it.
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