In this episode of the Talk Security podcast, Threatpost's Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the Dark Hotel cyberespionage campaign and the WireLurker Apple malware.
Yesterday, researchers disclosed a powerful iOS vulnerability that is responsible for the WireLurker Apple malware.
Let's take a look at the security features in the new version of Mac OS X - Yosemite. Apple certainly makes a decent effort.
Apple malware targets iOS by infecting OS X machines and then swapping legitimate apps for malicious ones as soon as an iOS device connects via USB.
Google's mobile operating system joins Apple's iOS in offering full disk encryption by default to all users in its newest version — Android 5.0 aka Lollipop.
Even when your iPhone is in your hands or on the table, it can reveal some of your secrets to strangers. Here are 10 tips to prevent this from happening.
Virus Bulletin is a traditionally enterprise-focused event, but each year topics of consumer interest, like Apple malware, hackable devices and Bitcoin are presented.
With the release of iOS 8, Apple claims it can’t access the personal data on your iPhones and iPads and it can’t give it to authorities. But it seems there’s a catch.
New mobile and wearable devices offer users a robust set of innovative features and utilities but they often face the same traditional threats as old fashioned computers.
The Apple iCloud nude celebrity photo fiasco underscores the uncomfortable reality that even the savvy among us aren't totally sure about what goes on and into “the Cloud.”