iPhones and iPads are powerful computers - and need to be protected.
Mobile security expert Graham Lee offers some free security tips for iOS users.
A website is making it easy to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad - but could also be giving a blueprint to malicious hackers on how to infect such devices with malware.
Every Mac user should check their settings in Safari - as changing the defaults could help avoid them being exposed to a malware infection.
Apple has released security updates for iOS, Safari and OS X covering several vulnerabilities, mostly web related. The most high profile update is the revocation of the fraudulently signed certificates issued by Comodo.
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This month: help get rid of IE6, avoid tsunami scams, check out Pwn2own, be surprised at RSA, and groan at Epsilon.
Apple users have largely been left unprotected against the recent issuance of fraudulent SSL certificates by Comodo. Learn how to configure your Mac to defend against bogus SSL certificates.
Apple has released version 10.6.7 of their OS X operating system for Macintosh computers. This update includes many security fixes, so if you are a Mac user, update now!
The PWN2OWN competition has become an annual fixture at the annual CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Find out what we can learn from this year's results. (Apple fanbuoys, this article is definitely for you!)
Safari 5 receives a colossal security patch from Apple - whether you're a Windows or a Mac user, it's time to update your systems.
The third and final part of our OS X security series covers system security. Learn best practices for the Mac OS X firewall, Safari and how to control services.
Sophos Security Chet Chats 35 and 36 discuss Movember, iOS, Reader X, Zeus, Stuxnet, China and more!
Apple announced a new release of Safari for Windows and OS X today. In their advisory they note three vulnerabilities for Windows and two for OS X. All of the flaws could cause arbitrary code execution or abnormal termination. OS Read more…
A website that has made it simple for iPhone and iPad users to jailbreak their devices may not just be a headache for Apple, but also a portent for future malicious attacks. Owners of Apple gadgets who visit the JailbreakMe Read more…
Today's big tech news was the release of Apple's much awaited iOS 4 (Someone should tell them the name is already taken). The iPhone won't hit the shelves until the 24th, but iPhone and iPod Touch users can download the Read more…
Whether you own a Windows or Mac OS X computer, if you're a user of Apple's Safari browser, it's time to update your computer against a swarm of security vulnerabilities. With the attention of most Apple devotees diverted this week Read more…
The folks at Mozilla, makers of the popular Firefox browser, have introduced a free service that checks for known buggy or insecure versions of plugins for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Opera and Safari. Plugins are the tiny micro-apps that augment your Read more…
Apple has released version 4.0.5 of its Safari browser, fixing a number of issues with its browser for Windows and Mac OS X including - most importantly - a grand total of 16 security vulnerabilities. If you dilly-dally over updating Read more…