How safe is the SIM in your mobile phone? Could it be remotely infected with malware?
Possibly - watch this week's 60 Second Security video and find out more!
The Apple Dev Centre data breach has taken an intriguing turn, with a self-styled security researcher calling himself Ibrahim Balic taking the credit. He's even made a video showing what he did.
But will he end up shouldering the blame? Tell us what you think...
Cynics speculated that recent "extended maintenance" on Apple's Developer Center was really shorthand for "we got owned."
Apple has finally come out and admitted it...
Here's the first 60 Second Security video of July, looking into some of the intriguing and interesting security stories of the past week.
Neatly compressed into a minute of video, why not give it a whirl?
Here you are! Episode #112 of the Sophos Security Chet Chat podcast.
News, opinion, advice and research: Chet and Duck bring you their unique and entertaining combination of all four in their regular quarter-hour programme.
Apple has released its latest Security Update for OS X.
Update 2013-003 fixes a trifecta of buffer overflow vulnerabilities in QuickTime.
Paul Ducklin sees what we can learn from the bugs...
If you use your iPhone or iPad as a Wi-Fi hotspot, don't let it generate the passphrase for you.
A posse of German computer scientists has found that Apple's iOS passphrase generator may give you less than a minute of security.
As promised last week, Oracle shipped a Critical Patch Update for Java on Tuesday 18 June 2013.
Apple, which offers its own builds of Java, updated at the same time.
Paul Ducklin takes a look...
Apple has joined in with the PRISM surveillance saga, insisting that nobody has direct access to its servers and that even it can't read customers' end-to-end encrypted conversations.
They are demanding a switch on our smartphones that would theoretically brick them after they're stolen. But would it be effective?
Here's a brief summary of what we know, what we don't know, and how you can at least try to protect yourself from surveillance.
Apple has published updates for all supported versions of OS X and for Safari version 6.
A largish number of remote code execution vulnerabilities have been patched, so these aren't just cosmetic fixes.
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology plan to discuss their attack, dubbed "Mactans", and how it succeeded in compromising the latest generation devices with the latest version of iOS at the Black Hat USA Conference in July.
Apple released the latest update to iTunes today, version 11.0.3, fixing 41 vulnerabilities in the Windows version and 1 in the OS X version. Many of these flaws are rated critical and we advise you update as soon as possible.
The US Department of Defense has approved the use of Samsung phones running "Knox," a hardened version of Android.
Apple just released iOS 6.1.4 for the iPhone 5.
Apparently, it improves speakerphone calls, but it doesn't fix the lock-screen bug in iOS 6.1.3...