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Surveillance malware dubbed Fruitfly was easy to spot but flew under the radar anyway.
This week at Black Hat, Mac malware expert Patrick Wardle will describe how he used a custom-built command and control server to analyze new spying capabilities in a variant of the FruitFly backdoor.
The malware went largely undetected for several years and is only detectable on a handful of security products, but the "fully featured" Mac backdoor can take control of an entire computer.
The security researcher said the bug could've gained access to an entire account's iCloud Keychain.
Likely the final updates before macOS High Sierra and iOS 11 become available.
OSX Dok now attempts to steal money from Apple Mac users -- and could be being prepared for use in further attacks.
The Adwind Trojan can conduct espionage on operating systems including Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and Android.
On its new podcast, Ars UK talks iPhone at 10, iMac Pro, and mysteries of the HomePod.
YubiKey offers a quick, cost-effective and simple way to protect your data, both online and offline, whether for personal use, business, enterprise, or even developers.
Installation 01 can continue to operate as long as it stays non-commercial.
Revisiting every single one of Apple's iPhones in a trip down memory lane.