28 Mar, 2023
0-day, Apple, Exploit, iOS, iPad, iPadOS, iPhone, macOS, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
by Paul Ducklin Apple’s latest update blast is out, including an extensive range of security patches for all devices that Apple offcially supports. There are fixes for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS, along with patches for all three supported flavours of macOS, and even a special update to the firmware . . . Read more
24 Jan, 2023
Apple, CVE-2022-42856, Exploit, iOS, ios 12, iPadOS, macOS, Security News, Ventura, Vulnerability, zero day
Don’t delay, especially if you’re still running an iOS 12 device… please do it today!
15 Dec, 2022
0-day, Apple, Ben-Gurion University, Data loss, iOS, Malware, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, Security News, skimming, supply chain, Vulnerability, zero day
Return o’ the rookit, super-sneaky wireless spyware, credit card skimming, and patches galore. Listen and learn!
09 Dec, 2022
Apple, chrome, cybercrime, Edge, Exploit, google, Hacking, iOS, Law & order, Malware, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, Security News, Vulnerability
Breaches, exploits, busts, buffer overflows and bug hunting – entertaining and educational in equal measure.
We grabbed the update, based on no information at all, just in case we came across a reason to advise you not to. So far, so good…
Five tips to keep yourself, and your friends and family, out of the clutches of “chopping block” scammers…
Not a zero-day, but important enough for a quick-fire patch to one system library…
25 Oct, 2022
0-day, Apple, CVE-2022-42827, Exploit, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Mac, OS-X, Security News, Vulnerability, zer-day
Ventura hits the market with 112 patches, Catalina’s gone missing, and iPhones and iPads get a critical kernel-level zero-day patch…
13 Oct, 2022
ada, Ada Lovelace, Apple, iOS, iPhone, Naked Security Podcast, netwalker, podcast, Ransomware, Security News, Sullivan, uber, WhatsApp
Have your say on three deep questions posed by this week’s podcast. Read or listen as suits you best…
The problem with crashy messaging apps is that *other people* get to choose if and when to send you messages…