Shrootless: Microsoft finds Apple macOS vulnerability - Shrootless is a vulnerability found in macOS that can bypass the System Integrity Protection by abusing inherited permissions.
How does macOS protect against malware? - Mac users often are told that “Macs don’t get viruses.” This is not really true, of course. Macs can and do get infected. However, it is true that macOS provides some basic protection against malware. This protection can be quite effective in some ways, but, unfortunately, quite ineffective in others. Let’s take a look at...
Apple’s FaceTime privacy bug allowed possible spying - A new bug in Apple's FaceTime app that allowed for possible spying has the Internet in an uproar. Do Apple users need to disable FaceTime immediately? Mac expert Thomas Reed swoops in as the voice of reason.
Holes found in Mojave’s privacy protection - Issues with the privacy protection features of macOS Mojave have already begun to appear, and may cause more problems than they solve.
iPhone security: Seven security tips for staying safe on an iPhone - iPhones have a reputation for being incredibly secure. However, using an iPhone is not an automatic guarantee of invulnerability. These seven tips will help make sure your iPhone is the digital fortress it was meant to be.
The state of Mac malware - Mac users are often told that there are no Mac viruses. In reality, Mac malware does exist, as we'll see in this summary of 2018 Mac threats, our State of Mac Malware report.
How to tell if your Mac is infected - It’s time to start taking a closer look at your Mac. Is it acting like its normal, reliable self? Or is it exhibiting strange behavior? Here's how to tell if your Mac is infected.
Mac security facts and fallacies - There are many Mac security myths circulating among users. So how can you tell if the advice you’re reading is fact or fallacy? Read on to find out!
Tech support scam page triggers denial-of-service attack on Macs - Tech support scammers are up to dirty tricks again, trying to cause your computer to freeze by simply visiting a webpage.

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