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iOS Zero-Day

Warning! Apple Fixes Actively Exploited iOS Zero-Day on iPhones & iPads

In an effort to ensure the safety and security of its customers, Apple has taken the necessary steps to address a potentially dangerous vulnerability that has been marked as "Zero-Day" by releasing updates for...
Apple New Webkit Zero-day Flaw

Apple New Webkit Zero-day Flaw Used Actively Used in Attacks Against iPhones

Apple has patched its tenth zero-day vulnerability since the beginning of the year, with the most recent one being actively utilized in attacks against iPhones. Furthermore, Apple said that the bug "may have been actively exploited" against...
Apple Lockdown Mode

Apple New Lockdown Mode to Protect Users from Highly Targeted Cyberattacks

Apple introduced ‘Lockdown’ mode, a security setting that gives specialized additional protection to users who may be at risk of highly targeted cyber attacks from private companies developing state-sponsored mercenary spyware. According to the announcement...
Apple Sues NSO

Apple Sues NSO Group For Hacking Apple Users Using State-Sponsored Spyware

Apple sued NSO Group for exploiting Pegasus to hack devices and spy on innocent victims. Apple has registered a lawsuit against the Israeli manufacturer of commercial spyware NSO Group. The NSO Group was sued earlier...
Apple Fixed a Zero-day That Actively Exploited in The Wide Against iPhones & Macs

Apple Fixed a Zero-day That Actively Exploited in The Wide Against iPhones & Macs

Apple released a security update for the fixes of Zero-day vulnerability that was exploited in wide targeting iPhones and Mac users. Both of the Vulnerabilities reported by an anonymous researcher and the successful exploitation of...
6 Steps to Clear Your Scratch Disk

6 Steps to Clear Your Scratch Disk

When you're working with various images in Adobe Photoshop on the Mac, everything is great, but over time, you may experience the program's lags, and here, suddenly, the notification about the full scratch disk...
Apple Rejected more than 350000 Apps

Apple Rejected more than 350000 Apps in 2020 that Contains Malicious Features

Apple disclosed that it rejected more than 350000 malicious apps from its App Store in 2020 and stopped more than $1.5billion in potentially fraudulent transactions. Apple helps keep the App Store a safe and trusted...