Are you experiencing slow Internet speed on your MacBook today? — It’s not just you!
Following in Microsoft’s footsteps, Apple has started “pre-downloading” the latest version of its desktop operating system, macOS 10.12 Sierra, in the background, if you are still running OS X El Capitan.
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If you have automatic downloads enabled on your Mac, a large file of around
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Apple has removed several apps from its official iOS App Store that have the ability to compromise encrypted connections between the servers and the end-users.
Apple has officially said:
We have removed a “few” apps from the iOS App Store that could install root certificates and allow monitoring your data.
It’s like- they have analyzed and admitted that they lacked in the auditing of
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Unlike Google Play Store, Apple App Store is well known for not allowing any malformed apps to enter its Apple ecosystem because of its tight security checks.
But, not anymore.
Hundreds of malicious apps managed to get hosted on Apple’s official App store and subsequently downloaded by several hundred Million iPad and iPhone owners. Out of them, Palo Alto Networks published a list of
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A critical vulnerability has been discovered in the official Apple’s App Store and iTunes Store, affecting millions of Apple users.
Vulnerability-Lab Founder and security researcher Benjamin Kunz Mejri discovered an Application-Side input validation web vulnerability that actually resides in the Apple App Store invoice module and is remotely exploitable by both sender as well as the
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