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Apple ships a sevenfold security surprise, including iOS 8 and OS X 10.9.5

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Apple doesn't have Patch Tuesdays, but it does have Update Surprisedays.

We just had one of them, with brand new and more secure versions of iOS, OS X and Safari.

Why is Google sending insecure browsers back in time?

Why is Google sending insecure browsers back in time?

Google's search page has seemingly gone back in time - but only for users stuck in the last decade. If you're using an internet antique, take Google's hint and upgrade now.

Apple, please provide better protection for iCloud - Secure our Selfies!

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In the wake of exposed candid celebrity photos Apple recommends using two-step verification. Would this have made a difference? Should Apple strengthen its authentication options?

Apple developer guidelines lead to rogue phone call risks in iOS

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It turns out to be surprisingly easy to trick unsuspecting users into making unwanted phone calls from iOS.

That could cost you premium-rate money, or give away your number to a scammer...

SSCC161 - What do you mean, "Trade him for Edward Snowden"? [PODCAST]

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Here's the latest Chet Chat security podcast!

Sophos experts Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin once again turn plain old news into advice you can use.

Apple Safari for OS X gets "click-to-own" security holes patched

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The 6th Safari security update in 10 months is out.

With fixes for 7 potential remote code execution holes, get it while it's hot...

Microsoft brings Internet Explorer's security into the 21st century

Microsoft brings Internet Explorer's security into the 21st century

Internet Explorer (IE) will finally catch up with rival browsers next week when it begins blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls.

Hacking, spamming, rogue SMSes and browsers - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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The week's security news, turned into an entertaining lesson, turned into a 1-min video...

60 Sec Security, 26 July 2014

Firefox slams Chrome again in our trustworthy browser poll

Our poll says Firefox is the most trusted browser, but there's a lot of distrust too

Firefox once again outpaced Chrome, IE, Safari and Opera as the most trusted web browser. But many are not happy with their browser choices when it comes to privacy.

Read on for some of the interesting comments our readers submitted ...

SSCC 157 - Routers, Browsers, Zombies and Sysadmins [PODCAST]

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Here it is...this week's Chet Chat security podcast.

In this episode: fixing routers, trusting browsers, killing zombies and showing TLC to sysadmins.

It's all about trust! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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Watch 60 Second Security for 19 July 2014 - it's all about trust!

Which web browser do you trust the most? [POLL]

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The web browser could be considered the most important piece of software we use on a daily basis, which is why a relationship of trust comes into play - we rely on our browser to secure our communications, data and privacy.

So, take our poll, and tell us which browser you trust the most ...

Monday review - the hot 22 stories of the week

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It's weekly roundup time!

Here's all the great stuff we've written in the past seven days.

Is Apple slack at security on iOS? 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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What went wrong with PayPal's 2FA? Why did Microsoft do an email U-turn? Is Apple slack at security on iOS?

It'll only take a minute to find out...

SSCC 154: Fraud, viruses, patches and encryption (in that order!) [PODCAST]

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Where does your country sit on the fraud list? Just how much can you trust SMSes on Android? Is Apple serious enough about iOS security? And will Google's End-To-End email encryption plugin save the world?

Find out with Chet and Duck in this week's Chet Chat podcast...

Apple ships updates, including Snow Leopard (ONLY KIDDING!)‏

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Apple just published its latest round of updates for iOS, Apple TV, Safari and OS X, including dozens of security fixes.

OS X Snow Leopard users...we're afraid you missed out once again.

Monday review - the hot 26 stories of the week

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Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time.

Apple Safari 7.0.4 closes 22 holes, including 21 listed under "arbitrary code execution"

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Apple just pushed out another Safari update, bumping OS X's native browser to version 7.0.4.

Paul Ducklin found himself thinking, "Is it just me, or has Cupertino bumped up the frequency of Safari patches lately?"

SSCC 148 - Cloud privacy policies not related to data security [PODCAST]

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The Chet Chat comes to you this week from Hanoi, Vietnam with special guest Sean Richmond from Sophos Australia.

This week they tackle the FBI's crackdown on the Blackshades malware, more flaws in Chip-and-PIN, the latest Apple updates, and the EFF's "Who has got your back" report.

Apple releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.3, repeats last month's security updates

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Apple just issued a Security Advisory for OS X Mavericks 10.9.3. Don't get too excited - from a security point of view, it seems to be nothing more than last month's fixes all over again.

So, at betwen 0.5GB and 1GB to download, do you need it?