Apple has published the full details of its security fixes that were released alongside iOS 14.7 earlier this week and iPadOS 14.7 earlier today.
Journalists, activists, and other groups around the world have seen their iPhones infected with spyware without their knowledge — and without them having to tap a thing to initiate the download.
A support document outlining how the GrayKey iPhone unlocking device works has been seen by Motherboard and it's as bad as you might expect.
Researchers told Apple how to fix an exploit affecting WebKit and, as a result, Safari three weeks ago. But it still hasn't been patched.
Apple's release of macOS Big Sur 11.4 sees a security big fixed that could have allowed attackers to take screenshots without the user knowing.
Someone has already been able to hack Apple's Find My network to allow them to send arbitrary text using a fake AirTag.
Security researcher Jack Dates discovered a Safari to kernel zero-day exploit at the Zero Day Initiative hackathon event.
The BlastDoor system prevents malicious code hidden within a message to have access to the operating system or user data.
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