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Apple fixes Siri exploit that gave access to contacts and photos without passcode

Apple has fixed a recently discovered exploit that leveraged hands-free Siri to give unauthorized access to contacts and photos on an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus running iOS 9.3.1.

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Apple comments on Sidestepper, that supposed iOS MDM hijack security vulnerability...

SideStepper isn't a new iOS vulnerability, it's an old phishing scam with new marketing.

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How to lock Notes with password or Touch ID on iPhone and iPad

You can protect any note with a password or Touch ID to keep your medical, financial, for any other personal information safe.

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AceDeceiver malware: What you need to know!

Old design flaw becomes new malware vector for "AceDeceiver".

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How to secure your iPhone or iPad with a strong alphanumeric password

Simple passcodes are more convenient than they are secure. If you really want to be safe, go with a strong password.

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Once again: Why you shouldn't blindly install things on your Mac

Typosquatting hits top-level domain names — enter 'netflix.om'

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How Apple keeps your Instant Hotspot connection private and secure

Instant Hotspot lets you connect your iPad or Mac to your iPhone as securely as it does swiftly.

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The Future of iPhone Security

The next major version of iOS could contain the most public and controversial security enhancements yet.

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More than Notes, we need Touch ID protection for every app

Touch ID and passcode protection for every app would protect our data no matter where it is.

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FAQ: Everything you need to know about Apple, encryption, and the FBI

There’s a lot of information going around the internet about Apple, encryption, and what the FBI wants. Here’s everything you need to know.

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