Apple has announced that it is working on a fix for a recently-revealed iOS date bug. The glitch causes your iPhone or iPad to stop working during a reboot after manually setting the device's date to May 1970 or earlier.
iPhones that have been repaired by third parties have been experiencing an "Error 53" post-iOS 9 update that has rendered some of the devices unusable. This has led to a ton of online speculation — and condemnation — today.
Malicious software has been loaded on iPhones and iPads, affecting those mostly located in China and Taiwan. The YiSpecter malware was spotted by Palo Alto Networks, who detected the software appearing from a China-based advertising company.
DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE is an OS X 10.10 Yosemite vulnerability that could allow malicious code on your Mac escalate its privileges—gain "root" access—and potentially exploit the system. Now, an anti-malware company has reported finding just such malicious code "in the wild", meaning already being used to try and install malware on Macs.